In this post: Use them on the fridge, on the inside of a storm door, or on a metal tray in the car – these DIY magnetic words are all kinds of fun!


I’m not a big fan of stuff all over my fridge – I prefer to keep it clean and simple looking. But these DIY Magnetic Words are so much fun I can’t help but “clutter” up my fridge with them!

FRIDGE MAGNET WORD TUTORIAL

Or take them in the car (on a metal tray or lid) for some road trip fun!

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Oh the fun you can have – leaving notes, writing silly phrases or composing epic poetry.

DIY Magnetic Words

FRIDGE MAGNET WORD TUTORIAL

Supplies

Instructions

1. Print our common English words printable onto magnet sheets using an ink jet printer.

PRINTABLE MAGNET SHEETS

2. Trim along horizontal dotted lines, then trim each word.

DIY FRIDGE MAGNET WORDS

WORD MAGNETS

3. Add all the DIY magnetic words to your fridge or tray and have fun!

DIY MAGNETIC WORDS | WWW.AKADESIGN.CA

You can also add more words to personalize your magnet set (like family or place names) or duplicates of really common words (the, and, etc.).

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Are you a clean fridge gal/guy? What fun could you think up with this DIY Magnetic Words project?

shannon photo and sig oct 2022

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  1. I don’t mean to steal your thunder, I just thought I’d share my experience. I too think magnetic words are a lot of fun. I remember seeing them at a friends house and the frugal wheels started to whirl in my brain.
    Using materials I already had; advertising magnets (from restaurants, plumbers, real estate agents, etc. -They are always showing up in my mail box) and Avery address labels.
    I thought up my own words, printed them on the labels, stuck the labels over the magnets, and cut them to size. CHEAP Fun but yours probably look more professional.

  2. These are FABULOUS and I just ordered printable magnet sheets to make for my 7 year old. Do you have the printable available as a word document? I want to add phrases and other extras.

  3. Shannon, what are the dimensions of each of them? I’d like to create some for my son who would get a kick out of this, but I want to customize them. I assume you just used the table function in word or something similar?

    1. Each magnet is about half an inch tall and the length depends on the size of each word. And yes, if you’re not using the free printable, use a table in word or even an excel or google sheets spreadsheet. 🙂