In the work we need:
blank, acrylic primer and paints, glue and varnish for decoupage (this can be two in one), stationery file, napkin, foam sponge, sandpaper.
1. Using a sponge, we cover the working surface of the magnet with acrylic soil in several layers until it becomes completely white (this can be done up to 3 times, each layer must dry). In the space between them, we grind the surface with fine sandpaper.
2. You can help the acrylic primer dry with a hairdryer. The next step is to cut the fragment of the napkin you like according to the size of the magnet and remove the two lower layers from it. As a result, we have a thin piece of paper.
3. On the file we put the cut fragment face down. Pour a little water into the cup, pour it onto a fragment, completely cover it with water and pour the remaining into the sink. Gently remove the bubbles with a brush.
4. Take the file by the tips and gradually apply it to the already dried workpiece. Fingers expel air bubbles. When all these manipulations are done, pry off the tip of the napkin, separating it from the file, and remove it. As a result, we get a beautifully glued fragment.
5. With a wide brush we cover our magnet with glue, it is worth starting from the middle and carefully moving to the edge, trying not to touch it.
6. We remove unnecessary parts on the sides and completely dry the magnet with a hairdryer. Next, we take acrylic paints and paint. We coat the magnet with varnish no less than in 2 layers with complete drying.
Enjoy the result!