26 In Spring

5 Minute DIY Ranunculus Magnets

This weekend has been such a lovely one, weather wise and family wise. The temps went up to 17 degrees C and it was hard not to think “Spring”. I know I just posted last Friday about my Hygge habits this winter, and I know this weather is not going to last just yet. That is totally ok, because I kind of enjoy both, the cold rainy days but also these sunny and warmer days in between. I love the change. So I did get into a bit of a spring mood and thought of giving our kitchen a little spring decor. I will share more about that in my next post. Today though I’ll show you these 5 minute DIY ranunculus magnets that are just what my fridge needed!




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5 Minute DIY Ranunculus Magnets

I love making magnets for my fridge! The last magnets I made were these jar lid magnets with succulent prints in them and they looked so nice on the fridge. But I do like to change things up and I do love love love ranunculus flowers. I had these artificial ranunculus at home that I bought last spring and love the soft pastel tones. Plus they just add an instant spring vibe to any decor.

1. What I’ve used:

artificial ranunculus flowers

magnets

hot glue gun

 

It will literally only take 5 minutes to put these magnets together. And who doesn’t have 5 minutes to make something pretty?

5 minute DIY ranunculus magnets kreativk.net

 

2. Using scissors, I removed the stems from the ranunculus flowers and also some of the green leaves.

3. Using the hot glue gun, I glued the flower onto the leaf.

4. When that was dry, I added the magnet also using hot glue.

5. Repeat with remaining flowers and leaves.

 

5 minute DIY ranunculus magnets kreativk.net

 

5 minute DIY ranunculus magnets kreativk.net

 

5 minute DIY ranunculus magnets kreativk.net

 

5 minute DIY ranunculus magnets kreativk.net

 

5 minute DIY ranunculus magnets kreativk.net

 

5 minute DIY ranunculus magnets kreativk.net

 

5 minute DIY ranunculus magnets kreativk.net

 

Pin it for later please! Thanks!!

 

5 minute DIY ranunculus magnets kreativk.net

So, let me know what you think of these ranunculus magnets that are done in 5? I think what also would look really cute is, if you used different faux flowers. I love ranunculus and that’s what I had at home, but I’m sure these magnets would look great with daisies, roses, carnation, you name it!

 

 

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  • Lisa
    17/04/2018 at 12:59

    What a fabulous idea! I’d never have thought to use fake flowers as magnets. They look great.

    • Katrin
      21/04/2018 at 12:03

      Thank you Lisa, happy you like them!

  • Rebecca Celhar
    31/03/2018 at 20:52

    These are just stunning! Where did you get your ranunculus!?

    • Katrin
      31/03/2018 at 22:05

      Thank you Rebecca, I got mine at Ikea and just clipped off the stems.

  • Denise Bryant
    01/02/2018 at 01:48

    This is such a clever idea. I love a quick and simple craft project. Thanks for sharing this with us at the Waste Not Wednesday link party. Can’t wait to see what you are up to this week.

    • Katrin
      01/02/2018 at 07:15

      Thanks so much Denise!

  • Sam - Raggedy Bits
    30/01/2018 at 23:13

    This is such a beautiful and simple project!! Certainly makes a boring fridge look so pretty!! They would also make such lovely gifts!!

    • Katrin
      01/02/2018 at 07:15

      Happy you like it my friend <3

  • Leanna
    27/01/2018 at 08:16

    I just found some perfect flowers for this project at Ikea. These are just so sweet and feminine. Such a sweet idea.

    • Katrin
      01/02/2018 at 07:11

      Oh they have the prettiest flowers! Have fun and Thanks for stopping by Leanna 🙂

  • Marie
    26/01/2018 at 03:37

    You always come up with the greatest ideas – so pretty!

    • Katrin
      27/01/2018 at 06:47

      Aw Marie, you’re so sweet Thanks 🙂

  • Carol
    25/01/2018 at 00:48

    Katrin, I LOVE this! Such a great and easy idea that I’ll probably copy for our cottage or house.

    • Katrin
      25/01/2018 at 07:13

      Thank you so much Carol, it really is a 5 minute little DIY!

  • Sandra L Garth
    25/01/2018 at 00:42

    If you’re going to have magnets on your fridge they should be as pretty as these. They’re very spring-like and that’s just what we need around here. Thank you for sharing with us this week at Celebrate Your Story and we hope you will join us again next week.

    • Katrin
      25/01/2018 at 07:12

      Aw Thank you so much Sandra, I appreciate it!

  • Ellen
    23/01/2018 at 01:11

    I want these…everywhere! I want them blooming on my fridge, dressing up my clothes dryer, cheering up the metal pole lamps, just any place that they can stick too! I LOVE them! You are the Kween of Kreativity, always and forever! Thank-you!

    • Katrin
      25/01/2018 at 07:11

      Yes! I assure you they absolutely bring instant spring mood Ellen! Thank you for your sweet words, have a wonderful week!

  • Jolena
    22/01/2018 at 17:37

    What a simply fabulous idea! I am totally doing this!

    • Katrin
      25/01/2018 at 07:10

      Oh I’m so happy you like it Jolena, Thank you!

  • Mary
    22/01/2018 at 16:38

    This is super easy and oh so pretty Katrin. It’s like spring is blooming all over your fridge!!

    • Katrin
      25/01/2018 at 07:10

      Yes, it is Mary, Thank you friend <3

  • Michelle Leslie
    22/01/2018 at 12:40

    I’m with Keri on this one Katrin. Those are beautiful and so easy to do to. What a lovely way to welcome in Spring and ranunculus are one of my favorite flowers too.

    • Katrin
      25/01/2018 at 07:09

      They are the easiest little DIY and make my fridge look happy, haha. Thanks Michelle!

  • Keri Roberts
    22/01/2018 at 07:35

    Oh my gracious Katrin, these magnets are so beautiful!! What a gorgeous way to clip things to the fridge! I need to go get some pretty ranunculus and make these.

    • Katrin
      25/01/2018 at 07:09

      Thank you so much Keri!