Ok. I know, I know, I just posted a project.
But, seriously, I've been so excited to get these finished and show you that I'm just not going to wait. =)
Here are my sheets of steel from Mindy Mae's Market all laid out and shiny.
Don't they just give you tingles?
Here is another project I used them for:
This is an idea that has been in my head for a long, long, long time. Really long.
I just couldn't quite figure out how I wanted to do it. I'm still not sure if this is what I wanted, so there may be some tweaking later on, but for now, this is what we've got.
It's a book.
It looks pretty ordinary, right?
Except you can't really tell that the green closure flap there, is magnetic. woo!
Now, if you open it, this is your first glance...
Keep opening, though. There's more. (And this is where it gets really exciting!)
It is an activity book!
There is a big pocket to hold big things and, of course, the fancy magnetic page.
That's where the action would happen.
Then, of course, 4 smaller pockets to hold even more magnetic fun!
Here now, is where I need some advice. I am trying to figure out what activities to fill those beautiful pockets with.
I've already started working on some magnetic paper dolls (which are awesome, by the way...keep watching for that post!), but what else might a 3 (almost 4)-year-old and 2-year old enjoy?
What would you do?
P.S. This is also being linked up at Embracing Messy.
I'll be linking up with my normals as well!