10 Easy & Adorable DIY Magnets to Add a Little Fun to Your Kitchen

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If you rent, you might have a kitchen you just don't love. You might have cabinets you hate that you can't change or paint. You might not the like the layout. Your appliances might be old. You might not even be able to paint the walls. (And for budget reasons, you might even feel this way if you own home). So what to do? Have fun and make one of these insanely adorable DIY magnets for your fridge. They won't change your life or even really change the look of a kitchen you don't love, but they sure will make you smile.

Pictured above: Painted birch wood pieces become colorful polka dot magnets. Seen on Poppy Haus.

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Pom-poms turned magnets are too cute for words! Seen on Alyssa & Carla.

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Why not make it cute and functional? Painted branch hook magnets spotted on Johanna Rundel.

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Miniature fruit magnets. Enough said. Find the how-to on Homey Oh My.

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These dinosaur magnets will seem like they are coming right out of your fridge! Found on The Things She Makes.

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Add a touch of drama and class to your fridge with these handmade, painted black and white clay magnets. Seen on Wonder Forest.

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Make your fridge its own little art gallery with these cute painted canvas magnets. Found on The Sweetest Occasion.

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Point out the important stuff with these cute arrow clip magnets. Seen on Lines Across.

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These cute gem magnets were designed for Valentine's Day, but we think they look good on a fridge any day! Seen on At Home In Love.

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Love the natural and patterned touch these rock magnets would bring to a fridge! Seen on A Bubbly Life.

What are your favorite DIY magnet ideas?! Share in the comments below!

(Image credits: Poppy Haus; Alyssa & Carla ; Johanna Rundel ; Homey Oh My; The Things She Makes; Wonder Forest; The Sweetest Occasion ; Lines Across; At Home In Love; A Bubbly Life)

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Adrienne photographs beautiful homes in and around her home base of Austin, Texas. She's a contributor to UPPERCASE Magazine and spends all her free time exploring small town Texas. She watches a lot of Star Trek.

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