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Make your own magnets to use with The Trip Clip To Do / Done Board. The magnet sheets are thick, making sturdy magnets that stick well to the fridge and are easy to grab and move around.

If The Trip Clip® pre-printed magnets aren't quite right for you, you can print your own at home!

This option will let you use the Magnetic Checklist activity to choose up to 35 pictures and then turn them into magnets. After choosing a picture, you can also edit the text for each magnet as well.

We will send you a 1/2 sheet of adhesive magnet paper. The magnet sheets are thick, creating nice sturdy magnets that are easy to grab and move around.

When your magnet sheet arrives, print out your 35 magnets on regular paper, peel the adhesive backing off of the magnet sheet, and attach your printed magnets. You can then use regular scissors to cut apart your magnets.

That's it! Your custom magnets will be ready to use with your To Do/Done Board.

Customer Tips:

  • After choosing your 35 magnets, you can download them as a PDF and print them at Staples or Kinko's.
  • You can laminate your magnets before you attach them to the magnet sheet to make them a little more durable.

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Price: $3.95

Includes a 1/2 sheet of adhesive magnet paper and unlimited use of the Magnetic Checklist website activity.

Pay securely at using any major credit card. A PayPal account is not required.

Shipping Times

All products are shipped via USPS First Class Mail from Washington State. Although no shipping speed is guaranteed, domestic purchases typically arrive in 2-4 business days, depending on how far away you live. International shipping times range from 1-3 weeks.

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