DIY PLASTER OF PARIS FRIDGE MAGNETS

September 13, 2017

 

 

 

We made these super fabulous Fridge magnets at Craft and Cocktail Club on Friday night, so I wanted to share them with you too! 

 

You can make these in less than an hour, they make great presents and cost next to nothing to make! 

 

I love looking for new ways to jazz up my fridge and these magnets defo bring a touch of glam!

 

You will need:

 

-Ice Cube/ Silicone Mold

-Plaster of Paris (I got mine here)

-Mixing Jug

-Spoon

-Gold Paint ( I used this)

-Magnets (I bought these)

 

 Step One:

 

Mix together three parts of the plaster of paris powder to two parts water.

 

 

Mix slowly until a creamy consistency.

 

 

Leave to sit of 30 seconds to allow the air bubbles to exit.

 

Step Two:

 

Pour the liquid slowly into your silicone mold, tap out at air bubbles as you go. I chose these adorable russian dolls as the shape for my magnets.

 

 

Step Three:

 

Leave the Plaster of Paris to set for around 40 mins, before demoulding.

 Step Four:

 

Paint your plaster shapes with gold paint to make them ultra fancy!

 

Step five:

 

Glue magnets onto the back with strong glue, then go to town decorating your fridge!

 

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