If you live in a home that boast an
outdated vintage kitchen that has metal cabinets, you can probably appreciate my passion for mighties. They are tiny little magnets from Three by Three that are absurdly strong. I’ve long since run out of wall space, yet keep receiving gifts of artwork. I glued 16 (more than an adequate amount) magnets on the back of these ready made frames that I re-painted to match the cabinet color. These frames have been secure for over 5yrs without slipping or moving (I told you these are pretty powerful). And now the kitchen is more gallery and less galley.
I also like to corral food themed artwork in the kitchen. The vintage paint-by-numbers and Kellogg’s repro sign are both magnetically backed. Unlike other adhesives, the magnets do not leave marks or residue when removed. Truly ideal for a rental home.
Initially this post was going to be busting with all the creative uses I have employed with mini magnets, but I’ve since decided to parcel out my projects. Like the attraction of a strong magnet, I haven’t let go of you yet.