Six new magnets!

Hey, y’all, and happy Friday afternoon! I’ve got a few new things in the shop today… magnets! I released a Call Box magnet in mid-December, and have finally finished enough other ones to get them up on the shop.

Biohazard magnets: Let’s be honest… there’s probably something in the back of your fridge that needs this symbol. Hold up your most adorable photos, and warn people away from those questionable leftovers, with this quirky magnet.

Crochet magnet: Your hobby, your craft, supports you emotionally. Now let a symbol of it physically support you by holding treasured mementos to your fridge door! You know a magnet – while useful, sure – isn’t just to hold things up… it also needs to make a statement. Let this one be a statement of your favorite way to spend time.

Doily magnet: Hold up your treasured refrigerator decorations in style with these doily-inspired magnets. With a variety of designs and colors, there’s sure to be at least one here you’ll fall in love with. Also available in a set of all six!

Dragonfly magnet: Dragonflies have long been symbols of good luck… and who couldn’t use some luck and good feelings in their house? Let this lucky dragonfly hold up some of your treasured photos and mementos on your fridge door.

Knitting magnet: Your hobby, your craft, supports you emotionally. Now let a symbol of it physically support you by holding treasured mementos to your fridge door! You know a magnet – while useful, sure – isn’t just to hold things up… it also needs to make a statement. Let this one be a statement of your favorite way to spend time.

Paw Print magnet: Our cats and dogs are members of our family. If you have family photos, children’s drawings, and other family members represented, shouldn’t you hold them to your fridge door with a symbol of your furry children?

I’m sure there’s something in this list that you’ll fall in love with, but on the odd chance none of these pique your interest, I have a lot more ideas and will be sprinkling more magnets in the shop as we had towards Spring.

Thanks, y’all!

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