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Round magnets (5) to customise

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Your fridge door is sad and empty; decorate it with these personalized magnets.  You are looking for a home decor gift to share your most beautiful memories and you remember good times: we print your prettiest photos on these magnets. A wonderful idea for collectors, complete your collection of magnets and decorate your kitchen: display your pretty family photos or your beautiful vacation photos.

A gift for animal friends: funny photos of your cat or dog printed on a magnet. A photo of the children, of mom or why not friends, a holiday photo, I don’t think that there is more pleasant decoration to place on the family fridge or on the fridge of the office. An idea for the happiest day of your life and that’s a great idea to offer to your guests too and immortalize your wedding.

Your logo printed on an original support to promote your brand and to offer a nice personalized magnet to your customers. You can offer these souvenir photo magnets like a holiday souvenir to friends or anyone else. These photos will remain forever in your memory thanks to the personalization of the magnets: an unforgettable and unique gift to share with your mom, dad, grandparents and friends.

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Description: Plastic sticker i.e. for fridge.

Printable on one side.

2mm thick.

Round: 63mm.

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10€-24,90€
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