I must have seen this idea for creating mini polaroid magnets about a year ago over on the Ambrosia Girl website, and I've finally got around to creating them!
They are so super cute - easy to make but a little bit fiddly. The first few started out with very wonky corners and edges until I got the hang of it - if you intend trying it yourself print a few more than you actually want so you have a few to practise on first!
I did these a little differently from her tutorial in that instead of using cardboard or cardstock glued together as she suggested, I used White Foam Core , which is used a lot for mounting photos (more on that later) It was a good thickness and saved you having to create a solid backing or white anything out, but definitely harder to cut through in a straight line.
If these are too fiddly, you could make these larger - they are cute small, but they would easily work as a larger size. I intend making new ones every few months, so I might make them a bit bigger and easier to work with the second time around.
These are great for snapshots of your child that you might not otherwise print, and cute enough so that you'll feel happy when you pin up all those to-do lists!
If you like to make these, head over to the Ambrosia Girl where you will find the full tutorial and a free download for the polaroid template.