Tiny Tie-dyed T-shirt Magnets

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Tiny Tie-dyed T-shirt Magnets
Total Time 1 hour Ages school-age

For the perfect party favor, have kids make and bake these clay mini magnet tees

What you'll need

  • Polymer clay
  • Can or bottle
  • Dull knife
  • Felt-tip pen
  • Magnet
  • Double-sided tape or craft glue

How to make it

  1. Tiny Tie-dyed T-shirt Magnets - Step 1

    For each tiny tee magnet, roll a small marble-size piece of polymer clay into a long coil. Do this with one or two more colors (A), then twist the coils together (B) and roll them into a ball (C).

  2. On a covered surface, use the side of a can or bottle to roll out the ball into a flat, marbled sheet of clay about 1/4 inch thick. Print out this page, then trace the T-shirt shape on the left, cut it out, and use it as a template to cut a tee from the marbled sheet with a dull knife.

  3. Place the T-shirts on a cookie sheet and bake according to the package directions.

  4. Once the clay has cooled, kids can personalize their T-shirts by adding their name with a felt-tip pen.

  5. Attach a small magnet to the back of the T-shirt with double-sided tape or craft glue. Be sure to have kids wash their hands thoroughly after handling the unbaked clay.

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