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Time to Decorate Your Refrigerator for Fall

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Leaf Refrigerator Magnet

   Summer is ending and I’m sure you are ready for Fall and it’s colors, smells, and crisp air.

   Here’s a little project to get you started bringing Fall into your home.  Since we all love refrigerator magnets and have many of them decorating our refrigerators, I am sharing this quick and easy one for Fall.

   I got all the supplies at my local craft store.

Supplies: Felt leaves (assorted colors), felt acorns (mine came in packages of two colors), 1/4 inch decorative ribbon cut into 3-inch lengths, small magnets, glue (any will do-hot glue, white, tacky, fabric).

Leaf 1

For each magnet, you need one leaf, two acorns, one 3-inch length of ribbon:

Leaf 2

Tie the ribbon into a simple knot.  Put glue on the back of the acorns and ribbon.

Leaf 3

Place them onto the front of the leaf as desired:

Leaf 4

Place glue on the magnet and stick to the back of the leaf:

Leaf 5

Leaf 6

Finished!  I told you it was quick and easy!

Now, hang your magnet on your refrigerator and make a couple more in different colors for a colorful layout.

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Leaf 8

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