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Dollar store animal figurines cut in half, spray painted gold with a magnet

Animal magnets: buy plastic animals from dollar store, cut in half, spray paint gold, and glue magnet on bottom.

Gold spray painted animals

gold animal cake toppers-plastic animals from the dollar store, spray paint and glue onto skewers and voila!

the cutest little cake toppers

DIY animal candle holders for birthday cakes! Drill hole, glue in holder, spray paint any colour.

Use plastic toy elephants, gold spray paint, and driftwood to make a cute place to hang your keys @dirtywithme

Target is going to sell out of tiny plastic animals. Use plastic toy elephants, gold spray paint, & driftwood to make a place to hang your keys

plastic animnals- halved-spray painted-makes a magnet set or use on top of jar lids

{Dinosaur Magnets} pretty cool idea - chop a plastic toy in spraypaint, add magnets. If magnets are opposites, they can switch fronts and backs to make new dinosaurs or find matches

Crafty Lady Abby: CRAFT TUTORIALS: Plastic Toy Makeover

15 Things To Do with A Can of Spray Paint via Dotcoms for Moms LOVE THIS IDEA. Especially the drawer handles. I could use this with my plastic drawer makeover. Paint these guys all gold and attach them.

Animal Magnets- cut plastic animal figures in 1/2, paint w/metallic spray paint, add magnet.....hooray!!

animal butt===DIY project : spray paint kids animals from the craft store cut in half and glue a magnet on - voila!

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Roundup: 7 Awesome DIY Plastic Animal Projects!

Roundup: 7 Awesome DIY Plastic Animal Projects Check out the dinosaur planter!

gilded party animal cupcake toppers - diy4 by {this is glamorous}, via Flickr

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DIY plastic animal magnet

DIY Party Animal Magnets

spray paint a toy animal and glue it to a stone for a book end

diy bookends

cool bookend for kids room ~ spray paint plastic animal and superglue to a nice stone

Use a plastic animal toy, wooden plaque and a touch of your favorite spray paint to make this freestanding “handy helper” to hold keys, sunglasses and other entryway odds and ends.

Handy Helpers: DIY Animal Key Holders

Seriously, such a great idea! Use a plastic animal toy, wooden plaque and a touch of your favorite spray paint to make this freestanding “handy helper” to hold keys, sunglasses and other entryway odds and ends.

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