Magnetic Bowl Stickiness

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I’m a take DIY matters into my own hands, kinda gal.  I may not know how to do everything the way it needs to be done, but I’m game to try.

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That’s why Santa leaves stuff like a magnetic steel bowl in my stocking.

This one holds drywall nails ready for me to hammer into the sheetrock.

Magnetic Bowl Stickiness

While I know not everyone is a DIYer and has reason to have a bowl full of drywall nails, there are lots of other uses for a fun-time magnetic bowl.

Do you know someone who sews?  Needles!

Do you know someone who works on their car/bike/time machine?  Nuts!  Bolts! Futuristic Foresight!

Do you know someone who works on computers/electronics?  Tiny metal screws!

Do you know someone who quilts?  Pins!

Do you know a kid/s?  Metal stuff from around the house!  Bonus: SCIENCE!

I know we’re still a few months out from Christmas, but I’m telling you this is one of the best and most used gifts I’ve ever gotten.

Well, that and my Elmer Fudd hat…a whole other story.

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  1. Come visit us. We are having a party and it won’t be the same without your creativity!
    Craft Frenzy Friday!

  2. LOVE THAT HAT!!!!!!!!!! 🙂

  3. A magnetic bowl! What a great idea!

  4. Indeed a great idea. I am a sewer and crocheter. That would work for lots of things.

  5. Love it, you go girl and that hat is fabulous. Thanks tons for linking to Inspire Me. Hugs, Marty

  6. We have one of those magnetic bowls and love it! Great gift idea.

    Thanks for sharing at the Pinworthy Projects Party.


  1. […] If you are a DIYer, and who doesn’t dabble in DIY projects these days, you’re gonna want this handy magnetic tool in your go-to bag (hopefully, you already have a magnetic bowl). […]

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