Hi everyone, I lost track of where my magnetic "pin holder" was and stumbled upon a really neat and affordable way of replacing it.
I was actually looking at magnets at the $ store and found a package of magnets- see picture below:
... and I thought how could I attach these to a bowl or container of some type to make a pin holder?
Then I saw these:
All you do is... place (no gluing necessary) 3 of the magnets to the bottom of the pretty little cupcake dish and you have a very affordable pin keeper. If you hold the bottom where the magnets are to the pins you leave lying about, the magnets will scoop up your mess.
This is also tiny so if you have only a small surface area to sew on, then this little magnetic pin cup would work for you!
One package of magnets and one of baking cups = 4 pin holders .
Sew... give one to a sewing friend!
There are some other alternative solutions/purchase options if you want a pretty coloured pin holder and if you are not a "DIY'er".
Some of the below come with additional features as well and they are:
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