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31/07/2013

Golf Fridge Magnets

Relaxing, taking time out, having fun and spending time with family and friends is what holidays are all about. However, no holiday is complete without a small piece of family holiday memorabilia. Paul from Hampshire contacted us to tell us how he took a simple piece of memorabilia from his recent holiday to Florida and transformed it into a fridge magnet for all the family to enjoy. While on Holiday Paul purchased a selection of ‘Poker Chips’ from some of the golf clubs he played at. When Paul returned home... Read More

31/07/2013

Frog Peg Fridge Magnets

With so many fridge magnets available in hobby, gift, craft and souvenir shops how do you find the magnet that means the most to you and will look perfect on your fridge.  A lot of people choose magnets based on their practicality, will it hold up what I would like it to?  Can I hang my shed keys off it?  Will it hold up the school report? …   So many questions and so many magnets to choose from. At first4magnets.com we believe that the best fridge magnet is a high... Read More

31/07/2013

Exhibition Display Magnets

With years of experience we can say with confidence that using magnets to support pictures, paintings and sculptures is a very common application. We recently received an email from one of customers in London who contacted us to tell us how they had used not only our magnets but our instant notice board strip in a novel way to display print work in their print based studio. Helen from London wanted to create a mini gallery in their print studio to showcase work in progress for studio users. This then... Read More

31/07/2013

Creative Craft Fridge Magnets

Creating your own fridge magnets is a popular activity to do with your friends, family and children. By simply purchasing a handful of ferrite magnets or self-adhesive ferrite magnets you can begin turning almost anything into a funky fridge magnet. Jenny from Cheshire wrote to us to tell us how she used house hold materials to create a fun craft activity. Jenny created this activity for a family club workshop aimed at 4 to 11 year old children and their parents. Jenny used coloured plastic jar lids, PVA glue and... Read More

31/07/2013

Country Flags Fridge Magnets

Have you ever made a salt dough fridge magnet?  If you haven’t, these pictures will certainly inspire you.  Fiona from London sent us these pictures of various country flags created from salt dough. These were created by her primary school class as part of their recent Olympic art project. Each magnet represents the home nations of members of the class.  Fiona applied a small magnet to these so the children were able to take them home to share with their friends and family. Each Flag has an F330NA 20mm x... Read More

31/07/2013

Coat Rack Magnets

Keeping important information, shopping lists, notes and photographs near the front door is an excellent idea for individuals and families living life in the fast lane. To help keep those important things safe our customer, Owen, from Conwy created his very own coat rack design that incorporates a very stylish and practical mini magnetic noticeboard. Owen used our F4M20-silver magnets to allow easy pinning or personal items safely above coats stored inside the house.  These stylish 20mm silver coloured planning magnets certainly do help give a modern feel to a... Read More

31/07/2013

Ceramic Fridge Magnets

Creating your own fridge magnets can be a great, fun home project. Why not treat your friends or family to a hand-made fridge magnet? Rosemary Smith from Manning Tree kindly sent us an email explaining her take on the traditional homemade fridge magnets. Rosemary’s magnets are created from ceramic and are then carefully painted when dried. When finished her fridge pieces are substantially heavier than cheaper, thin fridge magnets. These fridge pieces are approximately 60mm x 50mm and are 4mm thick with each magnet weighing approximately 35 – 40 grams.... Read More

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Beer Bottle Magnets

Have you ever wondered what happens to all those beer caps used on the top of beer bottles to keep your beer tasting so fresh?  Well…  These are so typically found at the bottom of waste bins ready to be bagged up and skipped. We recently received an email from one of our customers who had found a cheap and easy way to recycle beer bottle tops into novel magnets that could be easily placed anywhere.  We think that this is a great idea for beer enthusiasts to show off... Read More