Alphabet Magnets {free printables}

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Well I'm sure you have figured out by now that I love teaching my son about the alphabet (and he loves it too)...

So I'm super excited to share this project with you!  Not only are these magnets easy to make and fun to play with (and of course I'm a bit biased since I designed them but I think they are really cute), but also they would make great gifts for the upcoming holidays!  There are upper-case and lower-case letters, numbers, and punctuation so you can make words, sentences, and even do math problems with these!

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I made mine using some free magnetic sheets I got for free at a basketball game (yes, I am the CHEAP crafty mama and I *might* have been scavenging the seats for extras that people left on the ground) but if you don't have any magnetic sheets you can make these magnets SUPER easily by simply printing the letters on these  printable magnetic sheets and just cutting them apart... that's all you have to do!



8.5"x11" magnetic sheets

Mod Podge

paint brush

printed alphabet letter sheets

scissors or paper cutter

Mod Podge roller (optional but helpful)

1.  Print these cute alphabet magnet printables I made for you by clicking the links below:




*I printed mine on matte photo paper

2. Paint a layer of Mod Podge on one of the magnetic sheets.

3. Stick the print-out on the magnet and smooth out the air-bubbles (this is where the roller comes in handy but you can just do it with your hand if you want).  Let it dry completely and then paint a coat of Mod Podge on top of the letters.

4. Once the Mod Podge is totally dry, cut the letters apart.

Thats it, now your magnets are ready to go!  Now don't you feel crafty?!?


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  1. This is such a great way to use all those random magnets that you get in the mail. I can’t wait to do this!

  2. I love these! I might use it to make a sign spelling out my son’s name! Thanks for sharing your talent!


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