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How to Make a Refrigerator Magnet

How to Make a Refrigerator Magnet

Recently my brother and I were discussing those great family vacations we took as children. Our parents always made sure we each had few dollars to spend on a souvenir. My favorite souvenir ever from those childhood trips was a rectangle refrigerator magnet I bought from a shop in Pike’s Peak. (I bet my mom still has it somewhere.) These days magnet buttons have become popular for more than just souvenirs. Brides-to-be are mailing them out as Save the Date cards. Businesses use them for promotions. A hint to our photographer friends – parents and grandparents love having the kiddos’ school & sports pictures as a refrigerator magnet. Don’t forget the animal lovers; they want pictures of their fur kids, too. ABM has both round & rectangle magnet sets for buttons which are made in just 3 easy steps:Round Magnet Set First, place the shell, graphic & mylar into the pick-up die and swivel it under the upper die. Pull the handle all the way down & release. Next, place the button back into the crimp die and swivel it under the upper die. Pull the handle all the way down & release. Finally, remove the finished button and apply the self-adhesive magnet to the back. Simple as that – you’re done. ‘Til next time - Happy Button Making! By Brighid Brown, Director of Blogging and All Things Cool at ABM

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