These adorable fridge magnets are a delightful way to spruce up your fridge, and they only take about 20 minutes to make with minimal materials. We used Sue Spargo Merino wool to create these easy no-sew magnets. Perfect for holding on to shopping lists, memos, pictures, and all those things life brings you.
- Download and print the FREE pattern by clicking here.
- Sue Spargo Merino wool 1/64 size pack in Green: https://shopwonderfil.com/product/merino-wool-packs
- Hot glue gun
- Flat, dime-sized magnet
- (optional) Chalk pastel to colour your wool for extra dimension
Begin by downloading and printing the free pattern from the link above. Cut out each of the shapes from the wool fabric using the pattern.
Heat up your hot glue gun and take the biggest leaf pattern (the one shown on the very left). You’ll want to fold the two lips that don’t have a leaf attached together, using a dab of hot glue to secure them.
Do the same to the smaller leaf shape. You’ll now have two folded succulent shapes!
Tightly roll up the third piece with the pointed ridges and secure the edge with another dab of hot glue.
You can now begin assembling all the pieces together. Take the largest leaf shape and attach its bottom to the circle to create a base. Then attach the smaller of the leaf shapes nestled in the center of the larger leaf. Finally, the rolled up third piece can be glued in the center of the smaller leaf to create your succulent.
If you want to add some color and dimension to your succulent, you can add some colour using eyeshadow or chalk pastels, like we did here.
Finally, attach your succulent to the magnet with another dab of hot glue.
Make a few to really make your fridge stand out! You can experiment with different colours of wool and chalk pastel/eyeshadow to create a beautiful succulent garden for your fridge.
If you made your own, let us know on Instagram @wonderfilspecialtythread or on Facebook @WonderFil, or use #wonderfil to tag us.