(Used in this project: Button Magnets in Metropolitan style.)
Please welcome guest blogger, Cailie! Cailie works at My Own Labels in our shipping and housekeeping departments. She is a mother and crafter and loves camping and spending time with her family. Today she is sharing her latest creative idea, Alphabet Magnets!
My son just turned 4 years old, and my house has been buzzing with all sorts of new developmental milestones and new things that he is learning. I have been trying to think of fun ways to incorporate his new-found love of words into our daily life. A friend and I ordered these refrigerator magnets with each letter of the alphabet on it. Together we had a set of six of each letter that we split and took home to our kids. We have been doing all sorts of fun things with these exciting letter magnets. It is a great way to get some fun letter practice in while I am working in the kitchen, and bonus, it keeps him distracted and busy while my hands are full!
We have given some away as birthday presents whether it is just the child’s name in magnets or a complete alphabet set with one of each letter. There are all sorts of fun things that you can do with them! I chose four different colors to use in the Metropolitan style: purple, royal blue, lime green and pink! These would make great gifts for the holidays or party favors with each child’s name on them. It has been so fun getting to try all sorts of different ways to use them.
Used In This Project:
- Button Magnets • I chose the “Metropolitan” style in Purple, Royal Blue, Lime, and Pink.
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