{juice can lid magnets}

 Y’all know that I love simple projects–ones that don’t take a long time, are easy to do, but are darling, all at the same time!  These juice can lid magnets fit the bill for each of those things, I love them!

juice can lid magnets | oldsaltfarm.com

I have a large magnet board hanging above the kids’ backpack hooks, and I really wanted and needed some magnets for it.  Enter in…juice can lids!  I’ve used them for so many projects, and I LOVE them.  These literally took less than 10 minutes to make–love that!

These would be so cute in a locker, on a fridge or magnet board, or anywhere magnetic! Use photos instead of paper for an even more personalized look or gift.  I used ampersands, but you could also use initials–one for each child or person–or the initial of the person you’re giving them too. The sky’s the limit!!!


-juice can lids

-scrapbook paper (or photos)

-2 inch circle punch, or glass, pencil & scissors

-mod podge & foam brush

– strong circle magnets

-hot glue gun

lid magnet supplies


1.  Using the  circle punch (or use a glass to trace on to paper) and cut out the desired paper or photos.  If you’re going to add text, now’s the time to do it! I used a stamp to add the ampersand, but you could do initials, quotes, names, whatever you like!  Distress the edges if desired.

2.  With the foam brush, add a little mod podge to the top of the lid, then center  your paper/photo on it.  Use a little more pod podge to cover the paper/photo.  Let dry completely.

3.  Hot glue the magnet to the back.

Seriously–that’s it!!!!  SO easy, and SO fun!

juice can lid magnet | oldsaltfarm.com

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