This is a fun little side project I had running. I saw that it was possible to purchase keybard magnets for the fridge on Ebay, but seeing as I had both an old keyboard and some magnet strips laying around I thought it was possible to make these myself. And it turned out pretty well if I must say so myself.
You can purchase some keyboard magnets here:
If you do already have an old keyboard laying around, then £8 is a little expensive. I am sure you are able to find a magnet strip for around £1-2, and even the keyboard should not be too pricey when bought at a second hand store.
Have fun with this project and feel free to visit my site for more random guides: www.cavaleri.dk
There is a different way to do this, if you want to use hot glue instead. Have a look at this video tutorial on how to accomplish that.
The first step is to make sure you have everything. However, you will not be needing much. Here is the list:
These are basically the things you will need. I had access to all of this but I would expect the total price of these to be around £5-7.