Fan Of … Magnets

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Fan Of … Magnets

Fan Of… #10 — Storm Trooper 3D Lamp

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Here’s a new fun challenge! Just post something you like and are a fan of. 🙂

It’s hosted by Jez Braithwaite, and you can find his blog at the above link.

How To Join In

  1. Create a Fan Of… Photo Post.
  2. Add a link to your Fan of… blog post in my comment box.
  3. Title your post Fan Of… or add Fan Of… tag.

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Well, I have to admit I’m a fan of cute refrigerator magnets. These novelty magnets are fun to collect. I get them from the places we travel to, as they are easy to bring back home since they are small, and do remind me of where we have been.

I also get magnets at yard sales if I can find them. I don’t care if I’ve never been to whatever places they come from either. They are just cute and I like them.

I’ve bought huge bags of them for very little money, and it’s fun to sort through them. Some I put on my refrigerator, and will switch them out from time to time.

I’ve also received magnets as gifts when someone I know has gone visiting a place. They are a souvenir trinket for me.

I have probably a hundred or more of them. This is not counting the word poetry magnet tiles I have, which is a lot, too.

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Thanks for visiting! Peace ☮️

© 2019 BS

13 responses »

  1. You’ve got some cool ones. I have a few neat ones but don’t collect them per se. I had several up on my cabinet at work, but now they are all in the box of work stuff in the corner, untouched since retirement last year. One of these days will dig through the box…

    • I don’t know how long ago magnets became popular to put on refrigerators, but I know my girls had some when they were little back in the 70/80s. Can’t remember them before that. I guess someday when you go through your boxes, you’ll be happily surprised at what you stored back then. 🙂

    • Thanks, Jez! Those little wooden shoe clogs are nice, aren’t they!
      I’m happy you started this fun challenge. A lot of times I think blogging is like show and tell, like we did when we were kids and brought things into school to show and tell about. Now we just do it on line. 🙂

  2. That’s something I don’t think I’ve shared yet… I have a lot of magnets on my fridge! I even inherited all of the magnets that were on my Grandma’s fridge that I used to play with when I was a kid (or at least the ones that were still there when she passed). There’s something we have in common…

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  4. How did I miss this wonderful idea? I like the premise “A Fan Of..” I, too, am a fan of refrigerator magnets and due to E.S.’s post (which directed me here), I’m reblogging both your posts and showing off my own collection (because I’m a fan) of refrigerator magnets. What a nifty idea! 🙂

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