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Taking tetris into the real world and onto the fridge. This is for the one week fridge magnet challenge. Took about 1 hour.
For this project I used: one 1' by 1' square piece of adhesive back magnet sheet graph paper old magazines sharp razor blade scissors I got the magnet ...
Get your graph paper and draw out the tetris pieces (tetrominos) onto it. Each tetromino is made up of four squares arranged in different shapes. You know the ...
I used a regular glue stick to glue the grid paper to the non adhesive side of the magnet sheet. Make sure to cover the entire surface of ...
Using the razor and scissors cut out all the shapes in the grid. Once they are cut you can remove the grid paper glued to the one side
Take an old magazine and find a page on which there is a large area of a similar colour or pattern. Each set of shapes should be a ...
Throw the magnets up on the fridge and begin playing with 'em. This project took about one hour to complete and cost about ten bucks. Not bad for ...
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