Mini Magnetic Memo Board

7:00:00 AM

This little bee started this whole project...

I bought a package of these adorable bee push pins at

When I got home I found that in the packaging there was this very
cool piece of 5" x 5" galvanized steel.... 

And so there it was... the challenge... what could I make with it?

It was magnetic!!!!

I screwed it to a piece of wood... 
painted the wood with the vinegar/steel wool solution to age it, 
and started creating.

I added a hook to the bottom that would hold a giant clip...

And the clip holds a picture...
(actually some old relative)

On the top I added a matching metal piece to hang it from...

And there it was, a mini magnetic memo board,
thanks to the bees!


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  1. Ooooh, love your magnetic board! And the bee push pin is adorable! Wonder if my local TJ Maxx has em??????


  2. so cute,, what kind of magnets do you put on your scrabble tiles?

  3. Oh my goodness Susan I love this! Such creativity! XOXO

  4. This is very adorable! I love the look of that old relative too! ;)

  5. Love this! The little clip on the bottom is a great touch!

  6. I have a little board that needs something and this may just what I will use! Thanks for the inspiration!

  7. What a wonderful piece of art you created! Love this!

  8. I absolutely LOVE this project! Thanks so much for sharing : ) hugs...

  9. That's really cute! Such a creative project.

  10. but. . . where did the BEES end up?
    -breida (with a b!)


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