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