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Fabric-Covered Magnet Board

Make this giant fabric-covered magnet board for less than $20!

My kids love playing with magnets. The door into our garage is metal, so it’s been covered with magnets for years. However, that door is now our chore chart. So all of those magnets have been sitting sadly in a plastic bin, waiting for someone to play with them again.

Make this huge fabric-covered magnet board for less than $20!

Until now! Because I made Mason this giant fabric-covered magnet board.

Make this huge fabric-covered magnet board for less than $20!

How much fun is this?? This sucker is ginormous. When I looked around online, I found a few different fabric magnet boards {like this one and this one} that were almost $70 and were about half this size. Mine cost less than $20 and it took about 30 minutes to make.

Head on over to Mom it Forward to see step-by-step how I made it! 

 

Where in your house would you use one of these magnet boards?

 

 

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    What a cute idea! I love that this piece can grow with your child. The older they get it can be used as a place to display photographs or a calendar to keep them organized. The perfect wall decor!

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      Thanks, Charlotte! That’s a great idea using it as a memo board when they get older!!
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