A shabby chic magnet


While rummaging through my "save it for a rainy day" box, I found this small wooden tray (3x3 inches) that was packaging for some wood scrabble tiles from Daiso. So I thought it would be fun to make it into a shabby chic magnet. 

It was brown in colour so I painted it with some blue chalkboard paint, then sanded it to make it look a little old and weathered. Then I dug into my scrap pile to create this sweet collage of random stuff....lace from an old bra, string from a clothing tag etc. *winks*

After that I adhered a sticker magnet to the back and I got myself a shabby chic magnet. :)

Happy week ahead friends! 


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Suman Pandit said...

this is so pretty Yvonne,love the distressed frame, perfectly embellished !!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

This is gorgeous! LOVING the soft colors and the music notes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Hussena said...

Very pretty magnet. Love all the little things you have upcycled in making this :)

Reusing Cards & Quilling said...

Its Beautiful and I loved the use of pps..somehow I fail using them !

Audrey Pettit said...

Omgosh, what a fun idea for a magnet! LOVE how you think, my friend! Brilliant upcycling and a super cute project!

Lizzy Hill said...

Beyond beautiful! Just so, soooo perfectly formed in miniature. I ADORE it!!!

Karon said...

So beautiful and only 3" by 3". They say beautiful things come in small packages. This is wonderful.

Cindy deRosier said...

It's really cute! I'm never sure what to do with small packaging like this and you always share such great ideas.

Lynn said...

What a gorgeous magnet...and made from a scrap piece! It is just the type that would make a great add-on or co-worker gift. Please keep posting your artistic work....keep inspiring me to do better!

Lisa said...

Shabby chic perfection!! This is stunning!! The details are so beautiful!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

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