How to make Halloween fabric scrap magnets

Halloween decorations don't have to be over the top or tacky to make an impact. To bring a little Halloween spirit into the kitchen, make these Halloween-themed magnets that are a subtle way to show off your love for this spooky holiday.
Only a small amount of fabric is used in this DIY, making it very budget-friendly. Use leftover pieces of fabric from previous Halloween crafts or search the remnant section of the craft store for an even more inexpensive option. Either way, finish off the magnet with gold twine to elevate the overall look.
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Materials
- Cardboard
- Ruler
- Pencil
- Scissors
- Halloween-themed fabric scrap
- Hot-glue gun
- Circular magnets
- Gold twine
Instructions
1. Draw a two-inch by two-inch square onto a piece of cardboard using a pencil and ruler.
2. Cut out the square using scissors.
3. Add hot glue to one side of the cardboard. Press the cardboard onto the backside of the fabric.
4. Cut the fabric around the cardboard piece, leaving approximately a half inch of fabric on every side.
5. Add a strip of glue along one side of the cardboard, then fold the fabric along the same side over the cardboard, pressing it into the glue.
6. Repeat Step 5 on the remaining three sides.
7. Glue a magnet onto the exposed portion of cardboard that is on the backside of the piece.
8. Add a strip of hot glue approximately a quarter of an inch from the edge on the front side of the magnet. Press gold twine into the glue.
9. Repeat Step 8 on the remaining three sides of the magnet. Cut off any excess twine using scissors.
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