In such a magnet, you can store blank sheets or notes for relatives, a shopping list, and favorite recipes. Take a sheet of thick green paper (these are sold by the piece in stationery stores or art stores), which will be the box of the magnet.
To create a box, cut out a rectangle. I got the following dimensions: width 6 cm, length 7.5 cm, and the width of the sidewall and bends 1 cm each.
In order for the folds to be even and accurate, you need to use a ruler to draw in these places with an inkless pen or something similar. After that, you can bend the structure and glue the corners with ordinary PVA.
The main decor will be a Christmas tree. You can take a ready-made template, you can draw it by hand, as you like.
So that the Christmas tree is not flat and rises slightly above the surface of the box, glue small pieces of the same cardboard in 4 layers on its reverse side.
4 squares are glued together and fastened to the Christmas tree. You can replace them with double-sided bulk tape, if you have one, it’s much more convenient and easier.
Then we decorate the Christmas tree with everything that fantasy allows. It can be threads, beads, lace, rhinestones… I have these outlines for painting.
I decided to make another pendant on the side of threads and beads so that it would be even more New Year’s. Pass it through with a large needle and secure it with a knot from the inside.
Attach the completed Christmas tree to the box. It remains to fix it all on a magnet.
You can buy sheet magnets at the store, or you can use some old magnets. I still have the base from the old magnet. I decided to mount the Christmas tree directly on it, without decorating it in any way.
Here is a magnet for the sheets I got:
Note sheets are incredibly useful! If you haven’t used these yet, be sure to give them a try. You will certainly appreciate how convenient it is to go to the store with a ready-made list of products that you have written down over the past few days. Now you won’t forget anything. You can also leave a message on the sheets of paper to your family members or quickly write down a recipe heard on TV. In general, a useful thing in the kitchen!
The author of the tutorial is Nastena, especially for HOBBYMO. Copying is prohibited, more details here.