Introduction: Cool Fridge Magnet
This is pretty cool because with only a few small magnets and a metal tin, such as an Altoids tin, you can create a fridge magnet that can hold some junk.
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Step 1: Easy As 1,2,3
Okay, first take out all the candy, and if there is some sort of cushioning on the bottom leave it there if you like.
Second, attach the magnets onto the container.
Three, put the candy back in...
Four, put lid on...
And lastly, attach to the refridgerator for emergency candy use, or if you already ate the candy use it for storing small items such as screws, nails, etc.
Step 2: Gathering Your Materials
Things You Need:
. A round or regular candy tin such as the picture below.
. Five to ten thin magnets to hold onto the refridgerator.
. A mouth, to eat the candy (If you want)...I recommend it...
. And about 10 minutes or less of time