This little DIY texty magnet tutorial is super easy and can be personalized a million different ways and will add a bit of quirky personality to your kitchen. (Not to mention it also makes a great little stocking stuffer for all you procrastinators!)
SUPPLIES: Polymer clay, exacto knife, letter stamps, paint, paint brush, rag, tacky glue (optional), magnets
2) Stamp. Gently press the letter stamps into the clay.
Since I'm going to be giving these to my dad I chose BORK, a nonsensical word he says. If you were wondering, it means whatever tone of voice you use, although it is generally used in a negative manner.
3) Bake as directed on the package.
4) Make those letters POP! After the clay has been baked, dab paint into the letter indents. Quickly wipe away the excess with a rag to reveal a word you can actually see.
5) Stick the magnet on the back (use glue if necessary).
Altogether, including bake time, this little project took about half an hour. It probably helped that I had picked out which word I was using before I started, otherwise I could see this project taking much longer because of indecision.
Merry Christmas Eve!