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December 08, 2007

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Sharon (notimetostamp)

These are just adorable - and you've made so many -- impressive!!! Thanks for the instructions!!!

gina

WOW these are sooo gorgeous ~ what a great gift idea. :O)

Sarah Rice

This are soooo cool!! How creative

Congrats on being one of the new VArks girls ;)

Lisa642

these are fantastic, I think that little snowman is my most favorite!!

Kim Hughes

these look amazzzzing!
congrats on your new Caardvarks venture :)

Annie

what a fantastic gift idea! I wonder if it would work with clear acrylic bubble stickers and the thiner sheets of magnet .. .. maybe I should have a go. Annie x

Shirley Doucet

A hint for using magnets-we are always getting flat advertising magnets (I get a new one on the phone book every year) that I cut up and use for applying to small things. Works great no cost!

Melissa Fountain

Can I ask how many of these you consider a 'set'? What paper do you use for a set..some for each season, etc? This is such a great idea..you've made beautiful magnets. Thanks so much for the tutorial! :)

Lily's Treasures

Love this idea, I keep it for my embellishments.

LadiesHoliday

Looking forward to doing this with my kids over vacation. Thanks for the easy instructions!

valerie robertson

how do you melt the marbles

valerie robertson

forget the last post I get it now lol thanks

Karie

I just saw this on Pinterest and wanted to say thank you! The magnets are adorable! My parents are coming for a visit the end of Septmeber and I have been looking for a fun easy craft we can do together and this is it! Thank you again for sharing!

R Wood

I have used tacky glue too....cloudy, white at first but dries clear. Again, don't use too much or it takes a while to dry.

Deirdre

This was so easy- great instructions- just made successfully! Yay!

Andrea

I made these and they turned out awesome!! Only thing is that when using the larger glass pieces, they are a bit heavy and slide down the refrigerator :/ going to try again using the smaller ones! But otherwise, they turned out beautiful!

Tammy

I am gonna do this with my granddaughters art work! Reduce it on the copier and put it under glass!!

Kathryn M.

Can you use scrapbook paper for these? I've seen so many ideas on pinterest that require scrapbooking paper and it'd be awesome if it would work on these too!

So cute!

Robin McQuillan

Love this idea. Thank you.
I'm going on a scrapbooking weekend and have to bring a game or activity with me. This is exactly what I need to get my friends to open up my stamp box!

crystal

You say you ounch out the image.. What do youuse to punch it out?

Cheryl

This is such a clever idea. Thank you for sharing

Ashley Reeder

Do you think the index prints that come with prints from wal-mart, shutterfly, etc would work under these stones? They are tiny...

Susan

I have tried making these now using e6000 glue, modpodge, and paper glaze and none of them seem to dry clear. It gives a dingy look to my picture. Do you have any suggestions on how to correct this? Thanks

Jan Verhoeff-Stauffer

These are so cute! Is there any reason you couldn't punch out the magnet sheets from Walmart that cost only $.99. I've not tried it, but think it could work and would be very cost effective - or just cut chunks with an old pair of scissors if you're worried about ruining your punch. Just thinking . . .

Ashley U

I also used the large glass flat marbles and the magnets I found weren't strong enough. Any ideas? FYI: dollar tree has the marbles for a dollar a bag! Love that store.

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