This pretty Magnetic Pin Holder would be a great gift idea for someone who loves to sew.
Here’s what you need:
Step 1: Glue the magnet to the bottom of the plate/bowl.
Apply adhesive to both magnet and plate and then wait a minute or two before putting the two together.
Step 2: Glue the plate to the candlestick.
Apply adhesive to both pieces and wait a minute before putting them together just like in step 1.
Let the adhesive cure for 2 to 3 days.
Step 3: Prime and Paint
I bought X-I-M spray primer from Sherwin Williams. It was $7 but it’s the only primer I could find for glass.
(I chose a Glossy spray paint.)
And you are done!
The magnet holds the pins in the bowl so they are easy to grab because they don’t slip all over and they don’t accidentally fall out.
I spent $5 on the bowl, candlestick and pins.
This project was super fun because it was SO easy. And it was very inexpensive.
I love easy and inexpensive, it’s my favorite kind of project!
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