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My method of making those semi-popular keyboard fridge magnets.
Tear up a broken keyboard. If you don't own a broken keyboard buy one at a thrift store; there's a 73% chance it's defective somehow.
Cut "business card sticky magnets" to fit each key. I got mine at FedEx/Kinko's. It's a good idea to add superglue to make sure the keys stick permanently.
Divide the keys evenly & color with chalk. Experiment with different mediums to see what you prefer. I like chalk because it allows for the original symbols to ...
Wipe off excess dust and play.
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