These little jenga block magnets are one of the simplest projects I have made in a while…and you wanna know the truth? They took me all of about 10 minutes to make. No joke.
Not only were they super simple and cute but they also inspired me to think outside of the usual places you might see magnets in your home. Sure they would be adorable on a fridge or a memo board but just wait until you see where these little cuties ended up!
Supplies to Make Jenga Block Magnets
- Dollar Tree Jenga blocks…or any jenga blocks will do
- rub on transfers or stencils
- mini wood letters
- hot glue
I began by hot gluing 3 of the tiny jenga blocks together along the sides. I am using the Dollar Tree Tumbling Tower Game here. I personally think they are the perfect little size for magnets.
Next, I used my favorite plaster chalk paint by Waverly to paint the blocks. And I painted the little wood letters in Ink by Waverly. The letters I found at the Dollar General in their crafting section.
As you can see in the picture below I did a little light sanding along the seams of the the jenga blocks and used a eucalyptus rub-on transfer from the dollar tree to give it a little extra special touch.
The rub-on transfer step is pretty self explanatory. They work like any other vinyl-type sticker and are applied by rubbing the design face down on your surface.
Y’all my favorite part about thse DIY jenga block magnets is how darn cute they look just about anywhere you style them! It is unexpected but they pair so perfectly with my old feed scoop. What do you think?