Custom Magnets

Stick your message to refrigerators, cars, or anything metal you can find.

Make custom magnets in any shape or size to market your business, school or event. Popular uses include – car magnets, fridge magnets and more.

  • Full-Color Printing
  • Magnetic-Backed Stock
  • Standard Shapes or Custom Die-Cutting
  • Weather Resistant & Durable

Magnets Frequently Asked Questions

Is aluminum magnetic?

Aluminum is considered non-magnetic under normal circumstances. It is a paramagnetic material, which means it has a weak attraction to magnets. You can’t observe its magnetic properties in everyday experiences. For instance, you won’t see an aluminum sheet stick to a fridge magnet. However, when exposed to strong magnetic fields, aluminum can exhibit magnetism. One thing is for sure, our magnetic business cards, are definitely magnetic and will stick to your fridge like nobody’s business. You may also be interested in our metal business cards – request a quote today! (image source:

Is stainless steel magnetic?

There is a widespread myth about the magnetic behavior of stainless steel. Many believe that all types of stainless steel can attract a magnet. That’s not true at all. As a matter of fact, magnets work on some types of stainless steel. There are many different types of stainless steel, but we can classify them into two major categories—austenitic and ferritic. Each classification has unique atomic arrangements. For this reason, we often encounter certain stainless steels that aren’t magnetic and others that are. Basic stainless steels with a ferritic structure will attract a magnet, while more common austenitic types will … Read more

What are magnets made of?

Magnets are everywhere. From our car engines to our business cards, we use magnets in almost everything nowadays. Yet, most of us don’t really understand what they are made of. Most magnetic metals are manmade. Ferromagnetic materials like iron, nickel, cobalt, and a few alloys of rare earth element can be magnetized when exposed to a strong magnetic field. Magnetizing fixtures will direct the electric current to the non-magnetized areas, which causes the electrons to line up. In turn, it makes the materials magnetic. Depending on how they are made, magnets may be able to retain their magnetic properties permanently. … Read more

What metals are magnetic?

Ferromagnetic metals are strongly attracted to a magnetic force. The most common metals used as magnets include iron, nickel, and cobalt. Rare earth metals like neodymium, gadolinium, and samarium also have strong magnetic properties. Any alloy composed of ferromagnetic materials can also attract magnets. For instance, stainless steels with high concentrations of iron are magnetic. Other examples of ferromagnetic alloys include chromium and alnico. Metals that have a weak attraction to magnets are called paramagnetic materials. Magnesium, lithium, and molybdenum are a few examples of these. Their attractive force is significantly weaker than that of ferromagnetic metals. Meanwhile, metals that … Read more

What standard shapes do you offer for magnetic business cards?

Print Peppermint’s full-color magnetic business cards come in three basic shapes: the standard, the rounder, and the oval. If you want to make your company stand out, we can also help you create a one-of-a-kind card through our custom shape magnetic builder. We also offer stunning square-shaped business cards that will certainly make your brand unforgettable. The Standard Measuring 2 x 3.5 inches, the standard size is a rectangular-shaped business card. The magnet stock is 17-pt thick. It is flexible yet durable. As for its facade, it features a water-resistant stock, coated with a UV glossy finish. The Rounder Also … Read more


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