Personalized Classic Black & White Magnets
very pretty magnets
very pretty i am using them for my aunts surprise retirement dinner.
July 5, 2011
I was really happy with the quality of the printed popcorn covers. Quick shipping. We're using them for church welcome baskets.
September 13, 2013
Decent quality for price paid
Didn't realize that we would have to cut out the magnets from the sheets ourselves! Other than that - we were happy with the purchase. Good quality for the money spent.
September 3, 2013
It would be a better product if it came with a sturdy back (like the refrigerator magnets you purchase at souvenir shops) as opposed to the bendable, flimsy material it is. This was supposed to be a guest souvenir of my event but now I feel that I need to purchase something else to make up for the cheesiness!
August 13, 2013
We are having a small wedding in July of this year and just wanted to get some simple gifts with personalization... I wasn't looking to spend a lot of money and getting these magnets seemed like a great idea because the quantity was great for the price and I thought the design was nice. In person, the design and the writing is not nearly as sharp as in the picture on the site... it looks like it could have been printed on someone's home computer from the early 90's. They arrive all in a sheet that you have to bend and re-bend and then rip out, so do that carefully or you can get some jagged looking edges or potentially rip the magnet. They are also paper thin... I mean THIN. But they stick to the fridge, so...
Overall they're not the fanciest magnets ever, but I knew they weren't going to be top drawer since they were so inexpensive... and since we were just trying to get a few small things to give out to people with our names and the wedding date that was also somewhat functional, this will work just fine. I would recommend this product to people who are looking for some inexpensive wedding SWAG to give out but I would also caution that they are super thin and not the best quality. But they get the job done.
June 8, 2011