Magnetic interlocking toy bricks
Add magnets to interlocking bricksInterlocking bricks have round cavities underneath, which are perfect for inserting magnets. Magnetised in this way, interlocking toy bricks are not only suitable as noticeboard magnets; they have many other advantages as well. More about that later.
Magnets are not toys! If you let your children play with the magnetised interlocking bricks, please explain the dangers of magnets to them and make sure the magnets cannot come loose. Swallowing several magnets can be fatal!
Glue in the magnetsThen use the toothpick to put a little adhesive into the interlocking brick and place the magnet in the cavity by attaching it to the spoon and pressing the magnet into the brick (see pictures below).
Showtime!One interlocking toy brick with a 5 x 2 mm magnet securely holds 5 DIN-A4 sheets (80g/m2 paper) on the fridge. So, a single magnet per brick is usually sufficient. If not, there are two possibilities:
Special bricksThey really like the possibilities of the new "special bricks" that can solve previously unsolvable interlocking brick problems.
1 pc. 8,22 EUR ea.*Blackboard film 40 x 40 cm self-adhesive ferromagnetic
1 pc. 15,03 EUR ea.*Metal strip "Element Small" 35 cm
1 pc. 22,08 EUR ea.*Metal strip "Element Big" 70 cm
1 pc. 7,38 EUR ea.*Metal strip self-adhesive 80 cm
1 pc. 32,17 EUR ea.*Magnetic board square
1 pc. 151,24 EUR ea.*Blackboard film 1 x 5 m self-adhesive ferromagnetic
In our handicraft guide, you will find many more useful tips and tricks for making your own magnets.
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