Recently I bought a box of kids odds and ends from a local op shop. There were loads of useful things in there, but I was also left with some incomplete puzzles and other wooden toys and games. Not wanting to see the circus wooden puzzle pieces end in the bin, they were repurposed of course in fridge magnets.
If you've got incomplete wooden puzzles you don't know what to do with, try this DIY it's seriously the easiest DIY ever.
* wooden puzzle pieces
* scissors and/or craft knife
* magnetic adhesive craft sheet....I bought mine from eBay in A4 size and it has a peel back adhesive side, so no need for other adhesives
The how to:
1. Trace around your puzzle pieces on the the back of the adhesive paper side of the magnet.
2. Cut out your puzzle piece shapes with scissors or craft knife.
3. Peel off the adhesive paper backing and line it up with your puzzle piece and apply firm pressure to bond the magnet and puzzle piece to one another.
4. Once the magnet and puzzle piece are bonded you may find a slight overhang with magnet, if so use a craft knife to carve off the edge to give a neat finish.
5. You're DONE, you can start using them.
These have been a hit with my little Vowers and have created a lot of interest.