There are almost no limits to your ideas for decorated magnets
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Mr. Erne writes:
supermagnete.nl offers a nice selection of ready-made magnets, made of felt, wood, acrylic, etc. But maybe you want to make your own - for yourself or as a special gift for friends?
Here some ideas that I realised over time. You can diversify your magnetic board and make it colourful.
On a technical note:
I recommend roughening the objects with sand paper or on a grinding disc. That way you can better glue them onto the magnets. I used the UHU plus endfest 300 glue.
Let the glue dry well before you put the magnets on the board!
For most of my creations I used the S-15-03-N magnet. With its 2,9 kg adhesive force it can hold a lot of paper, but you can still get it off the board without bodybuilding supplements...
You can get those cheap in arts & crafts stores: Glass stones in all colours. Usually, I glue them onto a W-05-N.
I found this tiny porcelain picture frame in a thrift shop. I attached a Q-20-20-03-N, and now it even holds thick packs of paper and documents.
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