Step 1: Gather Your Materials
NOTE: When dealing with magnets, be sure to keep all electronical devices, credit cards, hotel room keys, etc... away from these magnets. They have a nasty reputation for wreaking havoc on these things. This is why my more powerful magnet was photographed outside; I didn't even want to bring it in because I was worried for my electronical items.
Step 2: Cutting Your Magnet
Step 3: Attaching Your Magnets
Step 4: Further Development
1. The kite is heavier. As a general rule of safety, don't fly in crowded areas.
2. If the kite were to get stuck in a tree at an extended height, you will need a way to get the magnet up there. I am currently working on a contraption made out of PVC pipe that can be made to different lengths. If you want notified when I publish this instructable, follow me. Also, any input for my device would be welcome and appreciated.
3. If you plan on using this kite over and over, I could suggest that you take a small bit of fabric and sew a small pocket over it to insure that the magnet doesn't come off the kite since it's only attached by adhesive.