Glue a picture from a coloring book, computer clip art or magazine onto a piece of cardboard. With a hole puncher, punch holes around the edges of the cardboard shape, spaced about ½-inch apart.
Wrap a piece of scotch tape around one end of a long piece of yarn or string or dip in nail polish so it won’t unravel and it is easier for a child to use. Tie a fat knot in the other end.
This project is wonderful for a greeting card or an invitation. If you’re sending a lot of invitations make the project into an assembly line project enlisting the aid of friends and family. Continue reading
This project is a step up from the basic instructions for a Frame Magnet. You’ll need a magnet and a piece of cardboard to get started.
Use old promotional magnets & salvaged cardboard to make a new photo frame magnet.
Cut two identical shapes from a piece of salvaged cardboard. They can be a circle, square, oval, etc. One piece will be the frame and the other piece will be the backing. Continue reading