Hence, the foreign coin magnet idea was born!
What do you think? Pretty unique, huh?
If you have coins that are collecting dust and you'd like to make yourself some of these magnets,
it's really easy.
All you need is
coins (foreign or domestic)
round magnets (that are smaller than your coins)
Just glue the magnets to the back of the coins. Let them dry for about 24 hours.
Then you're good to go!
Here is a close up view of these. The one on the top left is an unknown coin, the next one is 1 Italian Lire, the top right one is 20 British Pence, the bottom left is 1 Chinese Yuan, and the bottom right is a Swiss coin (the next photo shows these bottom two better).
The middle left and right coins are from Spain (don'tcha love the holes in the center?), the middle center one is unknown, the bottom left is a French coin, and the bottom right is an Italian coin.
Europe has gone to Euros, so it's kinda cool that we have all these older coins.
If you like this idea, come back next Friday for another project using foreign coins.
Thanks for stopping by and God bless.
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