Wednesday, August 15, 2012

FISKARS: Trendy Locker Magnets

let's face it. lockers at the public schools are B-O-R-I-N-G!

kids need something to infuse a little personality into that space they will soon inhabit. so, i have a little idea to help you, help them add a little pizzazz to their locker.
i'm almost certain you have the few simple paper crafting supplies necessary to make this project a success. and might i add, it's a fun project to do together with your teen (or pre-teen)!

if you need something stronger than just a decorative magnet, then simply adhere the finished piece to a metal frozen juice lid for additional support and add a strong magnet to the back. then it can be use to hold up little notes, test reminders, etc.
you can also add a magnetic bulldog clip to the back so they can clip up things like: notes, lunch coupons, upcoming sporting event tickets, photos of friends, etc.

i think it would be super fun to leave these stuck to friends' lockers.....what do you say.
(and yes, i resisted the super strong urge to add 'maybe' on the bottom of this one. heee.)

you can see the whole process in my latest project for Fiskars by clicking here: Trendy Locker Magnets by Tania Willis

if you give them a try, i'd love to see what you come up with! :)

1 comment:

  1. Fantastic idea! Lo ve it!!! I agree - I remember our lockers could have used some sprucing up with fun magnets back in the day...and these cute little magnets will do just that! :o)


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