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Ice Cream Shaker Refrigerator Magnet

Hi everybody! Leslie here sharing a fun project that could be done with kids or grandkids - a refrigerator magnet! Who doesn't LOVE refrigerator magnets?! And especially one that's a shaker?! And it could even be a fun addition for a file cabinet in your crafty friend's studio - doesn't have to be just for kids! ;) I used the Ice Cream Mini Shaker with Sprinkles Baby Confetti as the shaker filler, and painted it in vanilla, strawberry and chocolate flavors with ivory, pink and brown chalk paint!


I started with the Ice Cream Mini Shaker and painted the top layer with ivory, pink and brown chalk paint to resemble vanilla, strawberry and chocolate ice cream flavors. I mixed some acrylic paint to get just the right color for the cone, and while it was drying I cut ivory, pink and brown patterned paper pieces and glued them into the back to show through the apertures. 


Working from the bottom up, I glued the second and third layers together and glued them to the back. I added the Sprinkles Baby Confetti to all three compartments, and removed the protective film from the back side of the acrylic piece and glued it down, trapping the shaker filler inside. I removed the protective film from the front side of the acrylic piece and glued the painted top layer down. I stamped the 'sweet' sentiment in black solvent ink and added several iridescent gemstones.


The final step was adding three disc magnets to the back with distress collage medium. 


Clear Scraps products used:
Ice Cream Mini Shaker
Sprinkles Baby Confetti

Other products used:
Patterned paper, clear stamp, solvent ink, ivory; ivory, pink and brown chalk paint; brown acrylic paint, craft glue, distress collage medium, gemstones, disc magnets

Thanks so much for stopping by today - we'll see you next time!

Scrappy hugs,


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