As teachers head back to the classroom, a variety of magnets make the grade helping teachers to hold, post, decorate, label, secure and even become the basis of memorable experiments.
Taking a page from student supply lists, here’s our recommendation for five useful magnets for teachers.
What mom doesn’t love a thoughtful, handmade gift? With Mother’s Day right around the corner, we have some quick and easy magnetic projects that mom will love receiving and displaying.
Making Sentiment Button Magnets is an easily customizable magnet project that kids can help with – from start to finish. First, gather all the needed supplies, including colored or patterned paper, clear glass flat pebbles, spray adhesive, and small round magnets. We used half-inch diameter ceramic disc magnets, which are readily available at most craft or hardware stores. Continue reading…
March is National Craft Month, so what better time to look at some great crafting projects using magnets. Crafters by nature are creative people who do amazing things with a range of media – magnets included. Here’s a roundup of some of the most interesting projects we’ve seen using craft magnets. From Pinterest to Etsy to your favorite DIY blog, there’s a range projects incorporating craft magnets that just may inspire you to get your craft on!
Master Magnetics will be featuring their entire line of craft and hobby magnets at the CHA Expo in Anaheim, booth #1826.
Ceramic Magnets, also known as ferrite magnets, are the most popular type of magnet for craft and hobby projects. Available in discs, blocks and rings, Master Magnetics’ craft magnets are made from the highest grade of ceramic magnet material available. Just add glue to the back and they are ideal for an endless array of projects. Continue reading…