Roses are red violets are blue roses are pretty and so are you… Well if that wasn’t cheesy then I don’t know what is! I ran across these paper roses the other day at Michael’s Arts & Crafts and fell in love. They were in the bins right by the register for $1. One stinking dollar! So what is a DIY girl to do? Of course buy them. Wanna see what I made with them, let’s go! Check out these other Valentines Ideas I posted. Paper Roses | Magnets | Glue Gun | Suction Cups Clips | Paper Clips
The first thing you will do is take the rose out of the pack, smell it, adore it, kiss it (only if you are a real paper freak) and then realize it’s a paper rose and it does not smell. Teehee! The paper flowers peel off of the pack real easy. Once you take one off add a drop of hot glue to the back of the rose then gently place a paper clip on the back of the rose. Make sure you put the paper clip facing the correct direction before you stick it in the hot glue. You will do the same thing for the suction cups, clips and magnets. Once your suction cup hangers are done you can stick them on a mirror or window to display these beauties. I like to hang fun things from them that make me smile.
I am simply delighted with this easy tutorial and I hope you make tons of fun rose magnets! These will dress up any fridge or filing cabinets in 5 minutes.
Just have fun with them and remember you can practically glue a flower rose on anything to dress it up! Don’t forget thumb tacks!
WHICH ONE OF THESE IS YOUR FAVORITE ONE?
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Michael’s dollar section is pretty legit. Love these as little magnets! (P.S. If you have a minute, I’d love if you came and linked up to The Makers link party over on my blog)
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Hey Jade! Since Facebook is notorious for not letting page owners know when I tag them, I thought I would stop by myself and let you know I featured this post and my readers loved it! https://www.facebook.com/CraftsbyAmanda/photos/a.353593675216.349539.323548680216/10153848175980217/?type=1&stream_ref=10
Awe thanks so much Amanda! You ROCK!
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