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Get wordy with some poetry magnets.

Posted by Cat Morley from Edinburgh, United Kingdom • Published See Cat Morley's 509 projects »
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  • How to make a letter magnet. Poetry Magnets - Step 1
    Step 1

    Use a typewriter, or printer, to type out your words. Make sure to get lot's of descriptive and interesting words. You could even add friend's names.

  • How to make a letter magnet. Poetry Magnets - Step 2
    Step 2

    Cover the paper in sticky back plastic and cut out each of the words.

  • How to make a letter magnet. Poetry Magnets - Step 3
    Step 3

    Stick the words on to magnets strips.

  • How to make a letter magnet. Poetry Magnets - Step 4
    Step 4

    Cut out each of the words and stick on your fridge.

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Hot Coco
Hot Coco · Charlottetown, PEI, Canada · 8 projects

Man, we had a typewriter, but we sold it.

My sister and brother-in-law have these on their fridge, but they're the Romantic ones. It's prety funny somethimes.

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[dancing*in*the*rain*]
[dancing*in*the*rain*] · Emerald City, Oz, · 28 projects

i want a typewriter.. boo hoo for me i guess.. :(

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[dancing*in*the*rain*]
[dancing*in*the*rain*] · Emerald City, Oz, · 28 projects

i want a typewriter.. boo hoo for me i guess.. :(

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Kat
Kat · , BC, Canada

Im jealous, you have a typewriter :0

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Goth Ninja
Goth Ninja · Point, TX, United States · 3 projects

Oops... i for got the ♥

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Goth Ninja
Goth Ninja · Point, TX, United States · 3 projects

THIS IS AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!! And... cheap! I love poetry magnets. But I'm always losing words or wishing i had other words. THIS IS PERFECT FOR ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Dolly
Dolly · Neverland. , OH, · 26 projects

My mom just surprised me with a jumbo roll of magnet stuff! Can't wait to try this.!. ♥♥♥

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Dolly
Dolly · Neverland. , OH, · 26 projects

My mom just surprised me with a jumbo roll of magnet stuff! Can't wait to try this.!. ♥♥♥

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Wouter
Wouter · Haarlem, Noord-Holland, Netherlands · 13 projects

I found a good tactic, just cut out a whole line, paste it on the magnet strip, then cut between the words.

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Wouter
Wouter · Haarlem, Noord-Holland, Netherlands · 13 projects

I am making these right now, and they are really nice. This way I can make sentences like: Simba (our dog) is a dog, or: Henk (my father) is a hamster. It is really personalised.

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