Sunday, June 24, 2012

The Outlawz Blog Hop...PRIZES!!!


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UPDATE:  The party has been EXTENDED!!!  There is more time to enter the games, challenges and leave comments for the hop!  Isn't that fabulous news???***
 Welcome to The Outlawz Blog hop!

We have a LOT of prizes; read the directions carefully!

This isn't just an ordinary blog hop! There are 8 blogs for you to visit. Each blog has either a tutorial on how to make something or a technique pertaining to paper crafting!

Each blog has a prize, and there is a grand prize for one person who visits and leaves a comment on all 8 blogs.

To be eligible for the prizes, please leave a comment on each blog.  If you become a follower you will have two chances for that blog's prize!  Each blog has a different prize, so you will want to visit all of them! Let's get hopping! Have fun and good luck! To win the grand prize for visiting all the blogs and leaving a comment for each one, return to The Outlawz 2000 Party Tutorial Blog Hop page and enter your name at the bottom of the page by clicking on the blue froggy (add your link).
 ***YOU MUST BE A MEMBER OF THE OUTLAWZ IN ORDER TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR THE BLOG PRIZES*** 


Blog Hop Order

The Outlawz Host: Colleen Holmes

CAS HostPryn Garritan ---> YOU ARE HERE

Greetings Host: Tina Gilliland

Color Host:  Teresa Arsenault

Sketch Host: Cindy Potentier
Twisted Thursdays Host: Patricia St. Martin
Copic/Promarkers Host: Darlene Lyons
Paper Ala Mode: Theresa Lee
YOU DO NOT NEED TO ENTER YOUR URL CODE IN INLINKZ. However, please enter the name you used to JOIN The Outlawz so we can find you if you're the lucky winner.  Only enter your information AFTER LEAVING A COMMENT ON EACH BLOG!  GOOD LUCK!

FRAGMENT MAGNET TUTORIAL:
Materials Needed:
Stamps {by Paper Smooches "Hot Concoctions" set}
Archival Ink
Tim Holtz Fragments
Glossy Accents
Cardstock/Patterned Papers
Hat Pin/Stick Pin
Magnet Sheet/Magnet Tape
Scissors/Rotary Cutter

STEP 1:  Measure up your fragments to the stamps that you want to use.  You can also use Clip Art, photos, magazine ephemera...whatever your heart desires!

STEP 2:  Stamp your image and cut it out.  I decided to paper piece mine a little.  Please keep in mind though, that you will want to limit your layers so that your fragment lies as flat as possible.

STEP 3:  Piece your stamped image together and adhere it to your base paper.

STEP 4:  Apply Glossy Accents to one side of the fragment shape of your choice.  Quick tip:  Give a practice squeeze on a piece of scrap paper so that the bottle does not 'spit' all over your face and shirt...of course, I am only thinking this could happen...just thinking ;)

STEP 5:  Spread the Glossy Accents around the fragment, covering the one side completely.  The amount you add will be the tricky part.  You want enough to cover the fragment completely, but not such a large amount that it takes forever to dry.

STEP 6:  Quickly pop any air holes that you may see with a hat pin or stick pin (or anything small and sharp).  You must work just a wee bit quickly.

STEP 7:  Firmly press your fragment over your stamped image.  NOTE: Take care as it may slide around a little.  Hold and let dry for a few minutes.

STEP 8:  Cut around the fragment as close as possible.  You can use a rotary cutter, scissors or, if you trust your steadiness, an exacto knife.  I found that I actually liked non-stick scissors the best as they are easier to clean up any wet Glossy Accents.

STEP 9:  Spread Glossy Accents on the back of the paper just as you did in Step 5.  This time you do not have to worry about any air holes :)  NOTE:  If using magnet tape, you do not need this step and may be able to eliminate some others.  I prefer the sheets because it gives you a stronger magnet contact by covering the entire back surface.

STEP 10:  Adhere the fragment onto your magnet sheet just as you did in Step 6.  Again, remember, it may slide around a little.  Hold firmly in place for a few minutes.

STEP 11:  Cut around the fragment as close as you can (like in Step 7).  You need to make sure that whatever cutting tool you have chosen to use is sharp.  This will ensure a nice, clean cut of the magnet sheet.

FINAL PROJECT:
Front of the magnet in use
Back of the finished magnet
Doesn't it look like a thin mint?  Hee hee ;)  I am STARVED!!!  
While I go and snack, please be sure to leave your comment for a chance to win A BOX OF THIN MINTS...oh, wait...that is my snack...no, no, no...you will be entering for a chance to win A STAMP SET from yours truly :)  You can get a second entry into the random drawing for following my blog.  Who doesn't love followers, right?  If you are already a follower, please be sure to let me know so I count in your second chance. I also like to follow blogs in return as well, so keep an eye out for me...I am coming to check out your inspiration :)
Thank you for hopping with The Outlawz and celebrating our 2,000 members!!!

***If you are looking for my FWF post, scroll below.  We would LOVE for you all to join us in our hop!  The prizes are INCREDIBLE!!!  Wouldn't be awesome if you won some crafty goodness???  Membership is free to The Outlawz Ning site.  What are you waiting for?  go NOW!!!  :D  

160 comments:

Tina said...

Nicely done!!! LOVE making magnets and never thought to use my fragments. LOL

Cindy :) said...

great tut Pryn :) have to try that sometime, ty gf

Trina said...

I'm down for the box of Thin Mints!! :D

Great tut, Pryn! Nice and easy, and your project came out looking fabulous!

Nadja said...

Loved the tutorial! Gave me a great idea what to do with fragment pieces.

Darlene Lyons said...

Wonderful tutorial Pyrn! You are so talented! I'm going try it out with my girls! Hugs

Crystal R said...

What a great idea. I think I might use this in my classroom to personalize my magnets as they always go "missing"

Sandra said...

Oh my word Pryn, this is fantastic. It is so simple too, what wonderful little gifts these will make. Can't wait to make some. Thanks for the idea Sistah!
:)S

Colleen Holmes said...

Pryn awesome tutorial!! I want to try this! Hey, I'm having stocking stuffer ideas running through my head!! oh I want some of those thin mints too! Love you g/f!

Penny said...

What a great idea for all those fragments I have sitting in a drawer! :^) And your finished project does look like a thin mint. Guess I am hungry, too! ;^)
Hugs,
Penny

Charlene said...

Love, love, love this tutorial!!! I am really big on magnets so this is one that I will probably be trying out lol. Thanks so much for sharing it. Great image and sentiment you used too. So I guess you're not going to be sharing the thin mints huh? ;) Thanks again....hugs ~ Charlene Bell

Lorianna said...

LOVE your Tut!!!
Your blog is fabulous!!
Thanks so much for the chance to win such yummy hop candy!!
Hugs
Lorianna

debbie said...

What a fun idea.. I enjoy looking at your cards thanks for creating]

debbie Ebat

Anne Fenton said...

Great tutorial Pryn....love your idea...Huggz

Berni Cuttino said...

Awesome sistah. Love it, more gifts at less the cost. Hugs

Tonya said...

This is awesome. I love that stamp. Thank you so much for the tutorial. Hope you enjoyed your thin mints. ;o)

Tonya said...

Oops, meant to mention I am a new follower. Thanks again.

Theresa said...

Hey Pryn(cess)! OMG - love that tutorial! What a cute idea from such a cutie! Love you!

Allisa said...

Great tutorial.....I think my son would love to make these....as he loves playing with the magnets on the fridge! Thanks for the chance to win!

hoptownracer1 said...

That is a great project! Thank you for sharing it! Your magnet turned out very cute! Thanks also for the tip about popping the bubbles in the glossy accents with a stick pin. :)

Cheryl Wright said...

What a wonderful tutorial! I've never seen anything like it - thank you.

I love finding new craft blogs, and so glad I found yours. Just joined as a follower.

Tabbatha said...

Wow..that stamp set is to die for! Great tut!

Question on the magnets though, do you find that the magnet sheets can hold up more than one paper or are these magnets just looking pretty? Although, there is _nothing_ wrong with just wanting pretty magnets on my fridge. :D

ursula Uphof said...

Pryn..you are a star...This is a great tutorial, now to look for those fragments. Thanks so much..hope you enjoyed your mints, hugs Ursula

Stephanie Morana said...

Great tutorial x thanks for sharing!

Margaret said...

What a great tutorial!!!! Thanks so much for sharing.

Laurian said...

Great tut Pryn, love the idea of covering my fridge with mints!
Hugs

Regina Hardy said...

Great tutorial Pryn! I love the final result.

Elizabeth Campau said...

Thank you so much for the tutorial:) I was clueless about how to use fragments.

Elizabeth
http://visionsofpaper.blogspot.com/

jeannejj said...

Love the tutorial. Can never have enough refrigerator magnets! Love your blog, too.

Patricia said...

thank you very much for this beautiful tutorial...

Carla S. said...

Fantastic tutorial, Pryn! I'm definitely going to give that a try! Hugs!

Debra Miller said...

Awesome project Pryn - I love magnets! Just became a follower.

Pat said...

Pryn, great job on your tut! Hmmm, I see that I need to add fragments AND Thin Mints to my shopping list! Thanks for the inspiration! Hugs, Pat

Tracie said...

Great Tutorial. Thanks so much.

Julie E said...

The uses for glossy accents continues to grow! Now I just need to go shopping for fragments :>)
Thanks for the tut (and the enabling) :>)
Fortunately, I have already eaten my quota of GS cookies this year so you get to keep the box ;>)

Theresa said...

Enjoyed the tutorial. Great project. I am now a follower.

Arabella said...

Lovely! Fun tutorial Pryn and a great way to use up some scraps!

Arabella

Rona said...

I love this idea Pryn!!! I have lots of those fragments and I NEED some new magnets - this is "ON MY LIST" to do!!!

Jamie_G said...

LOVE this!! Great tutorial, thank you so much! I LOVE learning something new everyday! :o) I hope you enjoyed your snack!

Caroline said...

Thanks for this great idea! I never thought of using my fragments to make magnets !!

Soni B said...

Oh thank you so much...I have made other magnets but these are amazing

Patti J said...

Great tutorial, Pryn! Great idea!!! Thanks for sharing :)

Holly said...

Love it! what a cute gift idea!

Jennifer Scull said...

too cute! now I'm both thirsty AND hungry - maybe I just need a cup of minty coffee! grins! cute magnet. :)

Patricia St Martin said...

Pyrn, Love your tutorial, what a super idea. I love the project so I will be back so I can read everything and I want to try this it turns out so awesome. This a super way to make magnets and you can personalize them!!! I'm a follower.. Thanks for all the help to get this wonderful party going.
Hugs xxx

Olivia said...

Such a cute tutorial...my kids would love to do this with me, thanks for the idea.

Olivia

Jen Leeflang said...

Pryn, well done on the step by step pictorial tutorial - I always wondered how to do that and now I know - perhaps even i can manage to follow those precise instructions. Thanks so much!
luv'n huggz
Jen Leeflang
Durban
South Africa

Linda W. said...

I would take the mints too1 LOL! I am from Cuba City WI and just love your tut - I never knew how to do the fragment magnet - love to do it for a friend now tho. Come follow me sometime too, ok?

Linda Anderson said...

Wow, this is fabulous Pryn!! Love your tutorial!!

Linda

ibalady said...

I loved reading your "about me " when you decide what you want to when you grow up, let me know I might want to 2. I have done a magnet before and your right you want to limit your layers as you may end up with a magnet that wont stay up for the weight . the one i made was for a dishwasher that said clean/dirty. I had some pre-made magnetic cards that i used . I ended up using like eight before it would not fall LOL. lesson learned. I so wished i had seen your tut before I tried mine on my own :)

Edwina said...

I love your tutorial on making a magnet. You made it sound so fun. I am a follower of your blog. Thanks for sharing. Edwina Brown edwina.brown@live.com

Jary said...

This will make an awesome gift for anyone!! and so simple! Thanks for the inspiration and the tutorial!!

Jary said...

This is such a great idea! A personalized little something for anyone in my life!!

Karons Krafty Korner said...

What a fabulous technique to share. I am a new follower and am loving this blog hop. I have also joined The Outlawz (Karon C Hughes).

Cheri said...

Oh, what a great idea, Pryn! Why didn't I think of this???? (never mind, I know!) Loved this tut and thanks so much!

Lynne said...

A nifty idea. Certainly will personalize my refrigerator.

Denise E. said...

I love seeing paper crafts besides cards. Great project for children. Thank you.

jennifer said...

Pryn - great tutorial I can hardly wait to try this - I am now a follower of your blog (which I love) and look forward to seeing what you come up with next.

Lynne Mann said...

Very nice tutorial! Thanks for sharing your talents. BTW love the nail polish color!

Ginny said...

Yay this hop is sooooo much fun!!
Im a newbie to outlawz but can already tell ill be lovin it!
I also followed you via email on your blog
Thanks for the chances to win!!

TaylorMade said...

What a great idea.. Thank You so much..

Karen Roth said...

This is an absolutely cute idea! I wondered how to do these little buggers :o)

Scrappin Chris said...

I would have never thought to use my Glossy Accents like that. Thanks for a wonderful idea. :)

Steph said...

How fun this project its! Love the stamp set you used too. Thanks for sharing this fab idea, you've got a new follower :)

Paper Bagley said...

I made a new communications wall and need to add a magnet board...you inspired me to follow through...in Oregon...Thanks you Rock!

ibalady said...

Im sure im gonna love being a follower . i love your sense of humor. Yes I am a new follower. Looking forward to seeing more and getting to know you . come visit my blog soon

Charlene Mitchell said...

Great tutorial! Thanks for all the detailed pics to help along the way. fyi, your blog link doesn't work on Colleen or Tina's sites (haven't made it farther in the hop yet). It would be a shame for people not to find you!

Jo said...

Great job with the tutorial Pryn. I will have to look for those when I got to the craft store. Love the idea of the some cute magnets. Tired of the ugly ones I have. Yum thin mints. Did you leave me some?

Jessica S said...

Thanks Pryn, Now I am seriously craving some thin mints...LOL! Your tutorial is MAGNET-ICENT...he he he. Wonderful and so easy looking! I have to try this for sure!
:O)
Jessica S

Leah Ann Gast said...

Love the tutorial. I have the glossy accents, and I'm so glad you are showing another way to use it...thanks! Hugs! Leah Ann

Ellapu said...

Hi Hun
What a fab idea for wee presents for my grandchildren as extras for Christmas. Thank you for sharing sweetie xx
PS I am already following you x

ThePurplePlace said...

You are such a sweetie....I LOVE you!!

I haven't used my fragments in ages, but now I think I may break them out and make some magnets. I still have some on my fridge, from when the fragments first came out! :)

Hugs,
Lis

PS: I also LOVE thin mints and the Peanut Butter GS cookies too!!!

Jocelyn Olson said...

My daughter is in Girl Scouts...I could send you some mints (ha ha). What a great tutorial! I haven't seen that before, but it looks like a fantastic idea.

Angela said...

Greta project Angela Hoynes

Babe O'Mara said...

What a great idea. Thanks for the tutorial. I'm already a follower.

Babe
youiesmom@att.net

V said...

Im a new follower, thanks for the second chance to win!!


http://artfulcreations1.blogspot.com

V said...

I loved your tut on the magnet, so cool and very easy to follow!! thanks for a chance to win some of your thin mints, oh wait you wont share them..lol!! ha ha I have some already. But i would love to win the stamps...LOL!
happy hoppin!
veronica
familyofscrappers2004@yahoo.com

Colleen Holmes said...

Sweet Pryn!! I want to thank you for being on the design team! You have added so much with your beautiful creations, wonderful support and one of the biggest moral boosters! I am so honor to have you with me from the beginning! Love you sweetie! Hugz

Teresa Arsenault said...

This is super cool, Pryn. These would be great as tiny gifts or craft sale items.

I don't qualify (TODT) for your stamp set, but you can put me down for one of those thin mints. ;)

Blessing hugs,
Teresa

Sarah said...

I am going to make a magnet and maybe go get a box of thin mints:)

Lynn Greenberg (beachsidelynn) said...

Thanks for the tutorial. I love magnets.

jonim52 said...

i would love a thin mint. I love that stamp set because it makes me think Starbucks and coffee as I sit here blog hopping enjoying a delicious iced coffee on this glorious summer day.

Kimberly said...

Fabulous tutorial...great idea...thanks for the chance to win some awesome stamps...
kimbob27 at hotmail dot com

Beachsidelynn said...

Love this idea. Thanks.

Deonna Bemish said...

This is a great tutorial and idea. I may have to make these for our monthly mission event. I bet the ladies that come would love this. Thank you.

Linda Palmer said...

Such a great idea. I'll be making some magnets sometime. Thanks for a great tutorial.

Mommamea's favorite things said...

This is awesome. I love making magnets but this would be cute hanging off of a purse too.

vee m. said...

Enjoyed your blog & the tut. Had to become a follower. Thanks so much...veronica

CraftyMomFL said...

Hi Pryn - great idea for the magnet! I became a follower - here's a link to my blog (I'm looking for followers, too) LOL! Would love a double chance to win - thanks for posting. http://craftymomfl.blogspot.com/

Darla said...

Thanks for another great tutorial and got a chuckle out of some of your humour????

Ann said...

oh wow i am going to try that its so awesome i am now one of your follower

Melissa Cash said...

Awesome tutorial Pryn! I love the magnets and have everything to make some, so I think I will! LOL Thanks for the inspiration!

In paper heaven said...

Thanks for the awesome tutorial. Can't wait to try it.
Loretta

Roxann said...

Excellent, Pryn! Very cute magnet.
Hugz,
Roxann

Sylvia said...

This is a great idea, I learned something new today. Thanks for the tutorial and a chance to win a prize.

Paula-Kay Bourland said...

Awesome technique. Love it.

Starla B. said...

This is so cool! I've seen lots of tutorials about making magnets, but this definitely seems like the easiest. I'm totally going to try it! =D Thanks so much for sharing, and for the chance to win!

xx Star

Sandi's Samples said...

This is such a neat tutorial Pryn, thanks for sharing!
Huggs

Anniebee said...

Hello again, Pryn-cess! What a fun tute! There are so many things I have yet to try and this is one of them. Would you believe I haven't played with shrinky dinks either? LOL Anyway, great job! I'm a follower, of course, and I'm enjoying the hop so far. TFS!

Hugs,
Annie

Erla Maria said...

Great way to use the fragments. Thanks for this tutorial.

Julia said...

TY for the nice tutorial. Also ty for being so thoughtful leaving nice comments for us all.
hugs,
Julia

Lorraine said...

I love making magnets for the fridge or office! Loved your tutorial! Thanks for sharing!

Sandra J. Strickler said...

Looks like chocolate to me! Wonder if I got rid of my fragments.....

Sandra J. Strickler said...

I'm a new follower!

Joanne G said...

Wow Who knew! Love the tut!

Donna said...

No fair! You are making everyone hungry. It's not nice to tease with Thin Mints! LOL! What a great project. I'm always looking for quick little items that I can make to say "thank you" to Girl Scout leaders. (And you thought I didn't have a connection to Thin Mints!) Thanks for the inspiration!

NanaConnie said...

I haven't used any Fragments because I couldn't figure out what to do with them. Boy, does this tutorial help! Thanks a million.
I follow via e-mail. Does that count?

dazie said...

Being new to card making every bit
helps. And I just love this Tutorial, will have to try it.
Beth

Anonymous said...

This was fun and easy to follow (necessary for me!) This would be a nice little "something" to tuck into a card and send to a friend. Thank you

Polkadotlady

Anonymous said...

.....oops! I forgot to leave my email for you.

dkmatson@earthlink.net

a.k.a
Polkadotlady

Floweret said...

Lovely, nerver really understood how to do that so that was helpfull!

Pam D said...

What a fun tut, great idea.
Love your profile, I can so relate to the writing a note to remember the note! Too funny! TFS!

thepaperpartner.blogspot.com
itisfinisheddesigns.blogspot.com

Pam D said...

I'm a new follower, Yeay!

LilyPinkScraps said...

so very cute Prynn - love your sentiment :) Must try and make some of these now!

LilyPinkScraps said...

My comment disappeared :( Love the great tute - your sentiment is fab and the magnets so cute!!

Debra Smith said...

What a awesome project. I need to try this with my grandkids pictures. Thanks for sharing.
Hugs..

Sandra said...

Great tutorial Pryn!!!
And I love this Party!!

Laura K said...

This is a really cute idea. My kids love hanging their art work on our fridge so now they can make magnets to hang their art with! Thank you for the great idea!

Emily Leiphart said...

This is so cute, Pryn! What a fabulous idea and I love that you used Paper Smooches stamps!

Zezza said...

Så nice!! Now i just HAVE to pimp my refrigriator.

Carol said...

Fabulous tutorial; love magnets. Thanks for sharing.
I just became a follower.

Dawn said...

Great tutorial, I love this idea I am soooo going to give it a try and if I win can I have some thin mints too :)

love your stuff so I became a follower

Kathi Silvia said...

So cool...I'll have to check out those fragments! And I love your sense of humor ;) Are those Girl Scout thin mints?? LOL!!

Marie Gamber said...

Thank you for sharing this wonderful tutorial for our big celebration!
Hugs,
Marie XX

Tammylee said...

Super cute project and love the way you did the magnet!

deb said...

Great tutorial. Have fragments, just did not know what to do with them. Now I have some ideas.

Marybug said...

Very nice tut thanks.

arlsmom aka Lynda said...

Fantastic project!!!

Card Crafty Club said...

Pryn.....this is an AWESOME tutorial! I love your work! Sean

Em's Thoughts said...

I am your newest (as of 11:56pm EST) follower..hehehe I love the directions for your project. I am going to have to try it. TFS

Lagene said...

Great magnet tutorial! Thanks for the info!

Jenn Zeeb said...

I am SO going to try this! How cute.

Hugs-Jenn Zeeb

Laine said...

Wonderful tutorial Pryn and such a great idea. It's worth staying up late tonight just so I can blog hop for a while and check out all the great blogs.

Thanks for becoming a follower on my blog and your comments about Hercules. On to the next blog....

Hugs,

Laine

Olga said...

Thank you for the tutorial. Hope you have a nice day!

thingsmadebyhand said...

WOW!! Fantastic!!!

Mary J Scrapper said...

Never used fragments but gonna try. You made it look so easy. Thanks

Mary J Scrapper said...

Never used fragments, but gonna give it a try. You made it look so easy. Thanks

Beverly J. Hubbard said...

Very helpful information. Thank you.

Cheryl L. said...

That is a great tutorial! I didn't know you could use Glossy Accents like that!

Bonnie said...

Great tutorial, I really want to try this.

Kathy Salazar said...

I love the tut- but especially the "Quick Tip"- heehee-thanks so much for sharing! and I wouldn't mind the Thin Mints at all!!! (and I'm not even hungry)

Julie Richards said...

I have never heard of fragments pieces. before so thanks for sharing the tutorial. i am a follower and I enjoyed reading your post. I am looking forward to reading more posts later.
hugs julie

grandmaplenty said...

This is the first I have heard about "fragments." This is a great tutorial and I am going to search out some of those fragments. :-) Cute gift idea.

Sherry Kushibab said...

"Venti" nice tut on making this cute little magnet fragment, say that three times fast..

Wide Eyed Stamper said...

wonderfully helpful tutorial Pryn. Thank you!
hugs,
karen

Amy Heffernan said...

This is such a neat tutorial. I have never even thought of making my own magnets (I don't know why, since the ones you buy are so expensive and SO ugly). Oh, and I think it is perfect that I am looking at your coffee magnet tutorial while drinking my morning coffee! :D Java love ~ Amy H

Margaret said...

What a fabulous idea. Thanks for the tutorial. Must buy fragments! Oh, and magnetic paper. ;)

pamselinski said...

what a cute and clever idea. I have all this magnet stuff laying around and can't wait to make some.

Karen said...

What a fun project and I will be doing this project soon. TFS.
Karen
stampinQT@comcast.net

Renee said...

Great tutorial Pryn...will have to try these awesome magnets!

Kathi said...

Just became a "follower" and I love, Love, LOVE your tutorial and that stamp set.

Great project and great job!

Shalana said...

Your magnet tutorial is the best!! TFS I can't wait to try it!

Dena J said...

I love this - I have used glass pieces, but this is much smoother and flat+ the image is clear. Will try.

Karen L said...

Super cute project and great tutorial! Awww, you got me all excited about the Thin Mints, but I love stamps too, almost as much!

Karen L said...

I'm a new follower!!

Cathi said...

Great tutorial - can never have too many magnets in my house! But you got me craving thin mints...

Rainbow_colours said...

The project is very interesting,I have nearly everything I need, I must give it a try. I might go for a photo and some punched flowers.
P.s. Just found some thin square mints left over from Christmas......yum yum!

Jackiekg said...

That was interesting, never
seen a tutorial for such nice
magnets, which are always so
useful. Thanks for sharing.

Laine said...

Hi Pryn - I am a magnet addict in some ways so I am really excited about your tutorial. Great ideas and very inspiring. Thanks so much!!

Hugs

Laine

simplyhuffman said...

What a great idea! Liked your tutorial so much I became a new follower.

NJMullins said...

What a cool idea! Its is making my gears turn!