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We love seeing how customers use and design our magnets and love even more sharing them with our other customers! 

BeachBabyKisses, is an Etsy shop specializing in custom written sand notes photography. Owner, Kate, turns your special sand messages into canvas, prints, note cards and MAGNETS! 

Shown above is the “Relax Magnet,” and can be purchased here

These magnets are perfect for wedding and anniversary gifts, baby showers, sorority sisters and more! 

Kate creates these beautiful and fun magnets with our 2” x 3” Rectangle Metal Button Magnets.

We love your shop Kate & our proud to be a part of it! 

- The Custom-Magnets.com Team 

We recently caught word of this company called "Parking Pal" - which has a mission that goes as following:

  • Help reduce injuries to children in parking lots
  • Heighten awareness of the dangers in parking lots

This awesome company produces magnets with fun hand artwork on them to promote kids from aimlessly walking around a parking lot while their caretaker is still busy grabbing something from their car. 

The idea is that the child keeps their hand on the “magnet hand” so they don’t walk in the middle of the street or through a parking lot without their guardian. 

Below is our favorite design: “DinoPal” 

To purchase one of these safety Parking Pal Magnets, visit their site! 

-The Custom-Magnets.com Team


"Plant These to Help Save Bees: 21 Bee-Friendly Plants" by Hannah Rosengren, 2013. 

Head over to Hannah’s Etsy shop to purchase this print! https://www.etsy.com/shop/HannahRosengren

(via bogattesdiary)

Because we are happy in Kansas City! 

We all know that fridge magnets are crucial accessories to have on your refrigerator to hold up pictures, notes, recipes, calendars and more.  

So when we saw these DIY Bottle Cap Magnets on The Pink Doormat Blog we knew we had to share!


These bottle cap magnets are super easy to make and they turn any ole’ boring refrigerator into a colorful and fun piece of furniture in your kitchen! 

What You Need: 

Steps via Buzzfeed DIY

  • Stick the magnet to the back of your bottle cap using mounting tape. You can also use hot glue if you have it.
  • Paint 2-3 coats of white nail polish on your bottle cap. Let it dry for a couple of minutes. This white paint will be your background.
  • Lightly add dots with the nail polish brush. Repeat this step for each color you’d like to add, and wait for a few minutes between each color to allow for drying.
  • Apply a coat of clear nail polish on the bottle caps for extra shine.

Hope you enjoyed another DIY magnetic craft idea! 

The Custom-Magnets.com Team 

Happy Earth Day! 
"How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world." - Anne Frank 
Let’s make today the day we start changing the world. 
Peace & Love
The Custom-Magnets.com Team 

Happy Earth Day! 

"How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world." - Anne Frank 

Let’s make today the day we start changing the world. 

Peace & Love

The Custom-Magnets.com Team 


Heralds of Spring

April’s showers and May’s flowers are only the tip of the no-more-snow-and-ice berg. Here are a few other certain signs that — at last! — nature’s new year really has begun:
… In most places the aptly named mourning cloak butterfly holds the honor of being the first of its kind to appear in spring. It overwinters as an adult and appears, dark-winged and somber as winter itself, as early as March, even in northern states. The return of truly warm weather, however, is heralded more jubilantly a few weeks later by the sky-blue flutterings of dainty, delicately spotted spring azures, the first butterflies of the season to emerge, transformed, from a long winter’s pupal sleep inside hard-shelled chrysalises.

Source: motherearthnews


The Dance at Alder Cove -
Youth/Father/Geezer  I see you


Are you looking for a great easy and affordable DIY wedding favor idea? I think we found your perfect option on the Ruffled blog! 

DIY Wall Garden & Terrarium Favors 

These wall gardens are not only creative and unique but they don’t take up a lot of room and are extremely easy to maintain for your guests!

Here is Amanda’s list of what you will need for this project: 

  • Gravel (can be found in any pet store in the aquarium section) *We also recommended using small tumbled stones
  • Air plants, cactus or succulents
  • Moss
  • Spray paint
  • Metal tins
  • Magnetic Tape with adhesive on the back from Custom-Magnets.com
  • Dremel tool
  • Painter’s tape
  • E6000 glue 


  • Cover tin with painter’s tape
  • Spray tins with 3-4 coats of solid white spray paint
  • Remove acrylic from lids and use the Dremel tool to slice lids in halves.
  • Lightly sand edges
  • Remove painter’s tape
  • Place tops back in lids and seal with glue - seal tightly!
  • Add gravel, moss and plants to tin.  

For the complete list of directions, head over to Ruffled

Enjoy and happy crafting! 

The Custom-Magnets.com Team 

Mike soon regretted the day he swallowed a magnet. 

Mike soon regretted the day he swallowed a magnet.