Photo frame fridge magnets are cheap and easy to make; you cut a piece of magnetic sheeting into the desired shape, punch a hole into the shape using a hollow punch and you have a magnetic frame that can be stuck over a photo on a fridge to create a photo frame which can later be printed onto, decorated using trinkets or even re-sold.
1.) Measure with ruler and cut your magnetic sheeting into the desired shape using craft knife or guillotine. I’m cutting my frames into 90x90mm squares (9x9cm). The 0,5mm thick magnetic sheeting I purchase are sold in 610mmx457mm (61×45.7cm) sheets
2.) Plan the layout of the hole, I’ve made me a “spec sheet” to keep my holes consistent:
3.) Punch a hole in the shape you just cut out using the hollow punch. You can print out the above spec sheet on a piece of paper and use that as your first template, afterwards you can use a punched frame as a template to keep things consistent.
4.) You now have a blank photo frame:
5.) Which you can decorate:
6.) Or resell.