Yesterday I posted about the Dogbert and Dilbert magnets that I had made for my brother. Here is another magnet I made as a gift, this time for my father. He is an avid gardener, so I thought this was fitting.
Again I made quite tight rolls, but let them expand just enough so that the could be shaped. I had to press quite hard to get them into the right shape, but it worked! I added sealant to make it sturdy (find sealants here on Amazon, here at Scrapbook.com or here at Blue Moon Scrapbooking). The sealant I used here was liquid sealer
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I glued a magnet on the back. I like making quilled magnets because it’s something that will be displayed and is also useful!
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