While searching through the racks at the hardware store, I found a thin plywood board and decided to take it with me and turn them into little magnets. I started cutting the board with a Stanley knife and made some abstract figures such as the diamond and cross. And although the cross and triangle were easy to cut, the diamond took some labor. I don’t recommend it because all the tiny pieces that you have to cut out take too much time. So stick to easy geometric figures. When you’re done with that, cut the magnet paper in the same shape and stick it to the plywood. Make sure to use some thicker magnet paper (5mm) otherwise your magnets won’t hold much paper. And that’s it: an easy way to create some of your own magnets!