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Why should cotton candy only be something you eat?
Pink and fluffy, Cotton Candy Magnets are quick and simple to make.

Posted by Cassandra L. from Seattle, Washington, United States • Published See Cassandra L.'s 9 projects »
  • Step 1

    Pull off a small amount of poly-fil and flatten it out some. In your 100% spray paint safe space, lightly spray the poly-fil, turning it over a few times to get as much covered as possible. Let dry.

  • Step 2

    Once dry, pull off small pieces and loosely form them into a somewhat round shape. Or a mountain shape. Any voluminous shape because no one wants squished cotton candy.

  • How to make a magnet. Cotton Candy Magnets - Step 3
    Step 3

    Put a layer of glue in the center of the wood disk, keeping some room around the edges.

  • Step 4

    Press the fake cotton candy of awesomeness on the wood circle, pressing it into the glue. You’ll want to add a little weight on top until the glue dries. I placed another disk on top and put a notebook on top of that.

  • How to make a magnet. Cotton Candy Magnets - Step 5
    Step 5

    Once dry, glue a magnet to the back. Sit there and realize that having cotton candy magnets on your fridge just makes you want cotton candy all the time, but you are okay with that.

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