These are soo adorable and I love the little pop of color they add to the fridge! Also your apple croissants were the most clicked link at my pink hippo party two weeks ago! Hope you stop by @ http://pinkapotamus.blogspot.com/2011/11/pink-hippo-party-54.html
What nice gift this would be for Christmas, too! Great magnets!
Wow!! So easy and there are so many variations you could do with it!! I'd love to make a version of this project for my blog!! I'll send you an e-mail!!Thanks!!~Lisawww.lisascraftblog.blogspot.com
I think these are great and would work perfect for my daughter's magnetic board. Thanks for sharing!I'd love if you would consider sharing this at my Thingamajig Thursday party...http://radcrafter.com/2011/11/thingamajig-thursday-party-2/Alida
These magnets are so cute! I think that these would be a great thing to make for school fundraisers. Thanks for the inspiration.
I featured this tutorial in my "Top Ten CRAFTS I loved this week #3". It's an awesome tutorial!!!Thanks!http://cosiendoycriando.blogspot.com/PS:It is also a linking party, so you can link up another craft!!
What a great idea. Thanks for sharing. Kathi
What a fun project! I was hoping you would be so kind as to post your project on my Sew & Tell Saturday linky party at my blog this Saturday. Its geared specifically for sewing projects and fabric related crafts.Thanks so much!Justine @ Sew Country Chick.
Your magnets are darling! Thanks for sharing your great project at the Tuesday To Do Party!Smiles!Jamiwww.blackberryvine.blogspot.com
AWESOME IDEA THANK YOU FOR SHARING! BLESSINGS
I am your newest follower! Great creativity!
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