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Of this item, you als can buy other types. We can also create a personalized fridge magnet, with your graphics or text. Please contact us for any further info.

Inside the shop you can also find other magnets of other countries of the world. In Enjoymagnets Shop, over magnets on cities you can find magnets of People Name, Surname, Famous Quotes, idea for birthday, degrees, party and many other.

 

The Fridge Magnet is a little and cheap present that stay inside the home and speaks about you  

The fridge magnets are often used as bonbonniere in: weddings, hen parties, bachelor parties, degrees, parties, birthdays, baptisms and many other events when you want to leave the sign. 

Take a look at the shop. Over the Rectangular Magnets we produce: Pins, Collars, Keychains, Pocket Mirrors,Bottle openers and other personalized gift.

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