Some fridge magnets are not only decorative, but practical as well and can come in all sorts of designs such as magnetic bottle openers, notepads, thermometers and many more.
What are Magnets made of?
There are many different varieties of magnets. Magnets come in all different shapes and sizes and serve various purposes. Some are used as bottle openers or photo frames and due to this magnets tend to be made from all sorts of materials.
Magnets that are made of wood often have a rustic feel and this material is generally used for hand-crafted souvenirs from tourist destinations, with place names etched into them.
Many souvenir magnets that feature famous landmarks are normally made from resin as they have a surprisingly detailed sculpture of the monument or icon that the magnet is depicting.
Magnets produced with a rubber cut design tend to be fun and colourful. These are very popular with the younger generations as they frequently portray comical illustrations of popular buildings or scenes.
Plastic or acrylic fridge magnets often display full colour photos and are likely to be given out as cheap and cheerful keepsakes whereas metal fridge magnet designs normally have embossed or engraved designs which have a very high quality feel and make rather prestigious looking gifts.
Fridge Magnets of the World
Many people have a collection of magnets growing on their refrigerator doors without even giving it much thought. Even if you don’t intentionally pick one up every time you go abroad, you will most undoubtedly have had a friend or two who has thought of you during their travels and brought you a magnet back as a nice, little souvenir.
Garden ornaments are the items or articles used in the gardens, parks, and landscaping to enhance the beauty and appearance to have a pleasing look.
They are made up of weather-resistant materials like stone, concrete, terracotta, ceramic, rustproof alloys and metals, synthetic materials like resins, plastic polymers, etc. Garden ornaments can be broadly classified as follows.