MamaToBabyA, I hope this answers your questions.
How did you do that? Is it a giant magnetic sheet?
What a great idea!
Project - Magnet Frame
posted 03/05/13 at 06:31 AM
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This is where I keep my new dies and my most used dies. They are easy to grab if I'm making a card in a hurry. I change them out with the seasons or with what I'm trending.
To make it, I bought a ready made frame at my local craft store. The kind without glass or a back, because I needed the space for the framed object to be deep enough. The frame was brown and I needed a black frame to match the studio, so I spray painted the frame black with satin spray paint.
I also found the magnet sheet at the craft store (AC Moore). The magnet sheet was 24 x 36“, so I knew that was the largest frame I could get.
I bought a 1/4” thin piece of MDF/board from the hardware store. I used spray adhesive to glue the magnet sheet to the MDF. I encourage you to use a helper to apply the magnet to the MDF–I had it all postioned and then laid it down. The magnet sheet was just a bit bigger than the MDF, so I was able to trim it down to size to cover the MDF perfectly.
Then I just added the magnet covered MDF to the frame, securing it with tiny nails and hung the frame.
I have the frame hung above my die cut machines. It's just so easy when I need to quickly make a card.
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