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Did you use regular paper or cardstock?

Definitely use regular paper.  Cardstock will be too thick for the modpodge to penetrate to make it seal to the tile (hope that makes sense, lol). :)

 

Ladies, I also want to mention that hot glue didn't work very well to keep the magnets attached.  I tried a couple on my fridge after letting them dry for a few days and the tile fell right off the magnet.  I'm going to use a strong epoxy and see how that goes.

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Originally Posted by Tinkerbell82 View Post
 

Definitely use regular paper.  Cardstock will be too thick for the modpodge to penetrate to make it seal to the tile (hope that makes sense, lol). :)

 

Ladies, I also want to mention that hot glue didn't work very well to keep the magnets attached.  I tried a couple on my fridge after letting them dry for a few days and the tile fell right off the magnet.  I'm going to use a strong epoxy and see how that goes.

 

 

Thanks so much for the input

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This is going to be my first DIY project and I am going to the store to get the stuff today (I hope)

I will post pictures when I am done!

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i am unable to open the file. can you please give me a link to find how to make this project? thanks they look great!

The OP is over 3 yrs old... Likely won't see you request for the link. But once you hit 150 posts you will be able to open it and see the instructions (along with all others here on BDW)

 

Welcome to this great site and happy planning!!'

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