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Melting Bead Rainbow Fridge Magnet

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Create a colourful rainbow fridge magnet - perfect for displaying kids artwork on the fridge. We used Hama melting beads to make the rainbow.



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Time: 30 minutes
Age: 5 to 10s, Over 10s
Level: Medium

Materials
Hama beads (or similar melting beads)
Hama (or similar) mounting board
Ironing paper or baking paper
Iron
Strong glue
Craft magnet



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Hama beads and mounting board


Method
Arrange different colours of Hama beads onto the mounting board to make a rainbow shape.



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Place ironing paper on top of the beads.
Iron gently until the beads have melted and fused together. An adult should do the ironing step for safety.



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Allow to cool for a few minutes then remove the paper and peel the rainbow off the mounting board.



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Apply strong glue to a craft magnet and glue to the back.



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Your bright rainbow magnet is now ready to attach to the fridge or any other metal surface.

Categories
#Rainbow
#Magnet
#Fridge magnet
#Beads
#Hama beads
#Melting beads
#5 to 10s
#Over 10s
#Medium
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