Glue all over her head..magnets


#1

I have three thumbs…Olive is varnished and I cannot glue magnets on her paci and inside her mouth…but there’s Plenty of glue on her hair and mouth…ugh I’ve given up :frowning:


#2

this is how I do it… hope it can help.hold head face down… drop a magnet in. take another magnet and hold it outside her mouth. The magnets will find each other. take an old paintbrush, and drop a wad of glue inside, on top of the magnet, and put the head (facedown with the both magnets) in a wide glass and let dry. after it is dry, peel the outside magnet off,and glue to pacifier, with a little square of white fabric on top… so magnet doesn’t touch the lips ever
hope this helps


#3

I need to try this!


#4

I always put a pacifier with a magnet already glued on up to their mouth and pour a little glue inside where the mouth is and then drop a magnet into it. The magnet hits the right spot if you have the pacifier in place. Then pour a little glue on top of the inside magnet. Sit the head face down in a small bowl and let it dry.


#5

Thank you both! This is very helpful. I’m using e6000 and can’t seem to get the magnet to stick to the paci…I cut the nipple off of course lol


#6

that’s another reason for the little white cloth. it holds that magnet on the pacifier while it drys


#7

oh, and I prop the pacifier too, while it dries. they are slippery and a pain in the neck , JMO lol


#8

LOL TY so much! :slight_smile:


#9

Honey bug pacifiers cost more but have internal magnets that do not need glued in


#10

Wait, which ones are these? I bought some from Macphereson that do not have a magnet.


#11

If you’re trying to use E6000 on a silicone pacifier, it won’t stick.


#12

She probably just doesnt supply the magnet already in. (@JillianJade always has for me)
In that case you just pop the handle off and insert the right sized magnet. Then pop the handle back on.


#13

LOL, is it the pacifiers with the bees on it? I am not sure. I bought some and I bought regular ones. I struggled to take the pacifier apart on some of the cute clear ones I bought at Walmart that were a little more expensive. I gave.


#14

These all pop open
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#15

I use Honeybug too. When I don’t I use Moleskin over the magnet inside the mouth to add extra security and over the magnet on the paci.


#16

Ok, I have vintage cream. I didn’t know it opened!!!


#17

So I use Liquitex matte gel to glue the hair and magnet inside the head. I use a q-tip to put a glob of glue where the magnet goes. I then put a magnetic pacifier on the face and the magnet inside lines up, I make sure the pacifier sits right and I leave it over night.

If I am not using a honeybug pacifier I use hot glue to glue the magnet to the pacifier then I cover it with a circle of moleskin


#18

I did not know it opened up!!! I did it all wrong!


#19

Oh no, I hope you can fix it!


#20

YES! Bees, bears and bunnies. :frowning: