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Old 04-07-2012, 12:04
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I saw these things on etsy the other day called cabachons that look exactly like that...

http://www.etsy.com/listing/96827690..._type=handmade

Here! I'm guessing these aren't as heavy as marbles either
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I saw these things on etsy the other day called cabachons that look exactly like that...

http://www.etsy.com/listing/96827690..._type=handmade

Here! I'm guessing these aren't as heavy as marbles either
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I followed this post http://www.our-everyday-art.com/2010...t-magnets.html and found this tutorial http://www.ehow.com/how_4899584_make...ge-magnet.html

It seems like the same concept. I hope this helps!!
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They are clearly made with 1" images just as bottlecaps but no cap under??? How does she shape the resin like this? maybe a mold or something? Any ideas appreciatted
http://www.etsy.com/listing/89811158...-printable-diy
It looks like the image is sandwhiched between the two resins. I sometime make my bow centers like these when the bottlecap tends to take away from my image. If you want to make magnets with it just attached magnet to back of it with a little bit of hotglue. I purchase my magnets at Walmart. HOpe this helps
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I think they are glass marbles too.
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I'm doing good ! Been really busy, don't get on here as much as I used to.

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I followed this post http://www.our-everyday-art.com/2010...t-magnets.html and found this tutorial http://www.ehow.com/how_4899584_make...ge-magnet.html

It seems like the same concept. I hope this helps!!


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It looks like the image is sandwhiched between the two resins. I sometime make my bow centers like these when the bottlecap tends to take away from my image. If you want to make magnets with it just attached magnet to back of it with a little bit of hotglue. I purchase my magnets at Walmart. HOpe this helps
Thanks ladies I was just being curios cause I`ve never seen those and maybe they would be a nice gift for kids to make to cousins or something with nice printed calendars to mark special events and sports

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Thanks for sharing!
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I'm guessing glass marbles too. I googled "Glass Marble Magnets" when seeing your post and was AMAZED at what people are making with these. Incredible!

I have seen these done commercially and sets given as prizes for Girl Scout fundraisers. All I know though, is that they're not very durable in the long run (surprisingly) and the stones seemed to chip and crack easily. Not sure if it was just those stones in particular, but I wonder if there's a way to strengthen them to resist chipping?
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I made ones similar for my daughter-in-law with pictures of our granddaughter. You can find the larger flat back clear stones at Dollar Tree in a mesh kind of bag (you get like a pound of them for $1) The shapes are a little irregular and not perfect circles, but they turned out nice. I mod podged the picture onto the flat back of the stone (face up) and the shape of the stone magnifies the image a little. I had seen a tutorial where they had made ones with smaller stones and a letter on patterned paper, so they could spell out words, etc. I picked up a roll of magnet tape at Lowes and cut off pieces of it and glued it onto mine. They are still on her frig, so they've held up well. Hope that helps someone.
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