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How to make flower confetti magnets

Make Flower Confetti Magnets

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Punch a small pile of flowers with your punch.

Punch a small pile of flowers with your punch.

Put a thin layer of your paper glaze onto the back of the cabachon.

Put a thin layer of your paper glaze onto the back of the cabachon.

Sprinkle some punches onto the glaze, and press down with your thumb.

Sprinkle some punches onto the glaze, and press down with your thumb.

This is what it will look like after you have sprinkled on as many as will stick.

This is what it will look like after you have sprinkled on as many as will stick.

Put another thin layer of paper glaze on top of your cabachon.

Put another thin layer of paper glaze on top of your cabachon.

Sprinkle on more flowers. This is what it looks like after the second sprinkling.

Sprinkle on more flowers. This is what it looks like after the second sprinkling.

Repeat the glazing and sprinkling process once more. This is what it should look like after the final sprinkling.

Repeat the glazing and sprinkling process once more. This is what it should look like after the final sprinkling.

The cabachon  turned over.

The cabachon turned over.

Put a slightly thicker coat of glaze onto the cabachon. This will be a final coat that will protect it.

Put a slightly thicker coat of glaze onto the cabachon. This will be a final coat that will protect it.

The cabachon with the final coat. Let this dry at least 2 hours, or until no longer tacky to the touch.

The cabachon with the final coat. Let this dry at least 2 hours, or until no longer tacky to the touch.

Put a drop of glue in the center.

Put a drop of glue in the center.

Place a magnet on the glue, and let dry at least 2 hours.

Place a magnet on the glue, and let dry at least 2 hours.

The finished magnet!

  • 1.0 Glass cabochon (about one inch or so)
  • 1.0 Miniature flower punch
  • Crystal lacquer(or any paper glaze)
  • Small scraps of brightly colored paper
  • 1.0 Small, strong magnet