Oh Yes I Did

This weekend was a weekend full of pin making challenges for me.  I was so inspired by working on my pins, I worked on some creations in my own mind too.  I hope you enjoy these crafts and possibly even make some of your own.

Here's a link to the original pin.


And here is my inversion.







The magnet additions were very easy to make.
1.  Fan fold the piece of book written paper.  (I used a dictionary that I purchased at a garage sale for $1.)
2.  Glue or affix the edges of the fan together with tape.
3.  Push the middle together and hot glue a protective circle punch
4.  Hot glue a 1 inch magnet to the protective circle punch.
5.  After I completed the book backdrop I added some sticker details.


These can be used in so many ways.  I love the fact that I can attach them to the cake stands or use them as magnets in the kitchen or office.

Have you tried anything that you've pinned recently?



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