What magnetic materials do you use to make these?
Photo magnets are constructed out of either a standard or reflective 30 millimeter magnetic material..
What metals do magnets stick to?
Magnets will cling to any materials that are magnetic receptive, including iron, nickel, steel, and cobalt. They will not stick to stainless steel because it has a different alloy composition. If your kitchen appliances are stainless steel, try using a magnet on the washer or dryer instead.
Is there a minimum order quantity?
You can order one magnet or 1,000. We provide a bulk discount, so the more units that you order, the more money you save.
Can this magnet get wet if it has a photo on it?
All our magnetic products come with complimentary protective water and scratch-resistant laminate.
Are black and white photo magnets cheaper to print than color ones?
A standing rule with our products is that design elements like color will not directly impact the pricing. The factors that will affect the price are the material choice, cut, size and quantity of the product you are ordering.
The same size and shaped black and white photo magnet will be the same price as a color photograph magnet.
Can I have my magnet cut to the contour of my photo?
Yes, we are able to produce magnets in any shape, or contour, you’d like to offer great personalization for your photos.
Do these magnets use a kind of photo paper?
Nope, like custom graphics, the photos are directly printed on the magnetic material and then a lamination is applied on top to help protect the graphic from moisture, scratching and fading..
What are some creative ways to use photo magnets?
Wedding Save the Date or Birthday party invites can be enhanced with a nice photo and help guests remember to show up to the event that they RSVP’d to months ago.
You could also add a little friendly peer-pressure with a photo magnet of the next employee in line for the communal work fridge or microwave cleaning rotation. Be tasteful.
Do these products make good photo gifts?
These custom magnets absolutely make great gifts! Square magnets can effortlessly feature small, but formal, photos like school pictures. While die-cut magnets make it seem as if that adorable puppy is right on your fridge door—instead of chewing your sunglasses in the basement. So cute! They could also be handed out at special events as party favors.