Thursday, April 23, 2015

Reviewing Custom Magnets and Buttons

Zazzle is a great way to make customized buttons and magnets.  There are so many fun ways to use these magnets and it is fairly inexpensive to create your own.

Support Your Favorite Team

Everybody likes to support their favorite teams.  With custom buttons or magnets from Zazzle you can create one to support you team.  These would be great for a child's sports team.  I can just see all the parents wearing buttons with the Little League baseball teams name.  

One tip I would like to pass on is that if you use a major league team for your button or magnet, do not use their copyrighted logo.
Love those Cardinals Fridge Magnets
Love those Cardinals Fridge Magnets by mbgphoto
View more St louis cardinals Magnets at zazzle.com

A Fun Memento from a Trip

It is always fun to have a small memento from a trip, but sometimes the items in the gift shops can be really costly.  With Zazzle you can create your own personalized souvenir using your photographs and a bit of creativity on Zazzle.  I created the button below by importing my photo into Zazzle and then adding some text on the design.  The photo is of a lighthouse in Michigan.  We found it at the end of a penisula near Traverse City. 
Old Mission Point Lighthouse Button
Old Mission Point Lighthouse Button by lighthouseenthusiast
Browse more Old mission point lighthouse Buttons at Zazzle

Recipe Magnets

Do you have a favorite recipe that you still need to look at the instructions?  Create a recipe magnet and use it to stick the recipe on your refrigerator for easy access when cooking or baking.  I have several of these recipe magnets and they sure are handy.  No more worries about getting the paper recipe spotted with food stains and the recipe is always at eye level.  Here is one I created for a favorite microwave applecrisp.

Celebrating a Special Event

Buttons and Magnets are great way to celebrate special events. I have used them for conventions at church by putting the theme of the convention on a button. They also work great for birthdays, anniversaries, themed parties and other milestones. Here is a button I made for my granddaughters birthday. It can be customized by changing the name or age.

Magnets

Magnets come in either a round or square shape.  You can order them in 5 different sizes ranging from 1.25 inches to 3 inches.  The are printed on 100% recyled paper and are covered with a scratch and UV resistant Mylar.  One really nice feature is that there is no minimum order, so if you want just one for yourself you are in luck.  There are discounts for larger orders too.

Buttons

Buttons also come in both a round and square shape and are printed on 100% recycled paper and are covered with a scratch and UV resistant  Mylar.  The buttons come in 5 sizes from 1.25 inches all the way up to a huge 6 inch button.  There is no minimum order for buttons and there is a discount on orders of 10 or more buttons.



5 comments:

  1. You thought of uses for these I hadn't thought of yet, especially putting recipes on magnets.

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  2. How cute is the idea of a button for a birthday party. I can see that working particularly well for all the young party guests to wear for a party out at a particular party place shared by many. Easy way to keep track of all the 'party kids' and makes a fun souvenir and reminder of the party and the birthday child. Clever!

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  3. I love the Zazzle magnets! I have at least a dozen on my refrigerator with snapshots from our vacations. You really have come up with some excellent suggestions. I have tried writing on one of the magnets yet, but I love your recipe idea!

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  4. I love magnets. I had a collection of them some years ago. I'll have to browse these. And I never thought of a birthday button. That's a great idea.

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