Here is what you need:
|Tacky glue, round glass decorative stones usually used in vases (you can find these at any craft store or in the home decor section of most stores), magnets and scraps of paper (I tried to choose paper that matched the color scheme of my kitchen).|
Second, you apply tacky glue to the flat side of the glass stone. Next glue one of the circles of paper face down to the stone. Press down on the paper firmly (it is good thumb workout) and wipe off the excess glue.
Third, you don't have to do this, but it worked out well. Once the glue is dried (we waited maybe 45 minutes) we brushed a little Mod Podge over the paper and flat side of the stone so the paper wouldn't peel off.
Last, once the Mod Podge is dried, if the magnets have a sticky side (which is the kind I recommend getting) stick the magnet on the flat side of the glass stone on top of the paper in the center. If the magnets don't have a sticky side, use the tacky glue or a hot glue gun and wipe of the excess. Once again, press firmly.
|Applying the magnet.|