Repeat for all of the tiles. As long as you move somewhat quickly, you'll have enough time to Mod Podge all of the tiles first, and then lay the pictures down. Once they're all coated, let them dry.

Repeat for all of the tiles. As long as you move somewhat quickly, you'll have enough time to Mod Podge all of the tiles first, and then lay the pictures down. Once they're all coated, let them dry.

Picture Magnets - 23 Clever DIY Uses of Baby Food Jars | Upcycle And Repurpose Ideas at http://diyready.com/diy-uses-of-baby-food-jars/

Picture Magnets - 23 Clever DIY Uses of Baby Food Jars | Upcycle And Repurpose Ideas at http://diyready.com/diy-uses-of-baby-food-jars/

Make these tiny picture magnets by using Mod Podge to paste family photos onto a lid. After it's done drying, attach a small, round magnet to the back on the lid to hang your photo on any magnetic surface.

Make these tiny picture magnets by using Mod Podge to paste family photos onto a lid. After it's done drying, attach a small, round magnet to the back on the lid to hang your photo on any magnetic surface.

Photo Magnet Tutorial! Great stocking stuffer idea! Super easy and affordable. (I made 72 magnets for under five dollars and it only took 15-minutes.)

Photo Magnet Tutorial! Great stocking stuffer idea! Super easy and affordable. (I made 72 magnets for under five dollars and it only took 15-minutes.)

These cool magnets can be made with photos from your Instagram, camera-roll or desktop. Free delivery worldwide.

These cool magnets can be made with photos from your Instagram, camera-roll or desktop. Free delivery worldwide.

DIY Fridge Magnets Out of Bottle Caps **Using 1" punch, cut out pictures and attach too inside of bottle cap with craft glue. Fill each bottle cap with clear liquid resin and dry over night. then use craft cement to adhere magnet.

DIY Fridge Magnets Out of Bottle Caps **Using 1" punch, cut out pictures and attach too inside of bottle cap with craft glue. Fill each bottle cap with clear liquid resin and dry over night. then use craft cement to adhere magnet.

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