DIY Paper Bow Magnets
Make some pretty paper bow magnets for the fridge with this simple craft idea using a Cricut cutting machine. Making these paper bow magnets was even more fun than I expected. I had a bunch of these natural wood circles leftover from these colorful monster clips so I thought they’d look really modern paired with some simple bows. Using Cricut cardstock in a combination of white, black and grey to make the bows, the wood circles help to conceal the magnet in the back.
Can we all just agree that these adorable Paper Bow Magnets are a must for you to make? They’re super simple to do and being able to use your Cricut makes it a total breeze as well. The next time that you’re feeling creative and wanting to take on a simple project that will feel like it reaps big rewards, these paper bow magnets need to be on your crafting radar.
This is a simple craft idea, so if you’ve been wanting to try more projects with your Cricut, add this one to your list. While there might be several steps, in the beginning, they’re easy to do, and you can easily get into quite the flow as well. Why not see how many paper bow magnets you can make and then use them as you wish? They’re really cute, really fun, and are the perfect way to let out a few of your creative juices, too.
- Bow SVG or PDF for cutting by hand
- Cricut Maker (or other Cricut cutting machine) with Fine Point Blade
- Cricut Standard Grip Mat
- Cardstock paper in black, white, and grey
- Wood circles (1.25” diameter)
- Wood dowel, 0.25” thickness (or any similar size)
- Hot Glue Gun with clear glue sticks
- Ceramic Magnets, 0.75”