The lovely Jennifer was the first to bite…
I have a mission for you (should you choose to accept). We just got a
new stainless steel fridge. Very pretty inside and out, but magnets
don’t stick to it and I really miss my photos, notes and lists that
decorated my old fridge. I’ve been trying to find something that sticks
to stainless steel, especially some kind of photo frames….So, are you
ready to play Tom Cruise (cue Mission Impossible music)?
and I was on this right away. Right now I am the proud owner of NO fridge at all, since I am currently renting out my house in Toronto (which has a fridge that is approximately 87 years old) and living at my parents’ house in Atlanta (which has a lovely stainless steel fridge, but I wouldn’t dare put anything up, since, you know, not my house).
But I dream of stainless steel appliances. REALLY. But, I have wondered what I would do with one if I couldn’t put up all my magnets and pictures and invitations adorable pieces of artwork that my children proudly show me and I proudly want to display.
So, I did a little digging. For Jennifer and for my future fridge. And I came up with two solutions that work best.
This, friends, is a Choopa Board.
According to its website, it is the first of its kind. [It is] a powdercoated sheet of metal, backed with powerful suction cups allows you to place a magnet board on
most flat, nonporous surfaces without the need to drill, nail or
use adhesives. Place ChoopaBoard on your glass door, granite, and stainless steel appliances without marring your surface!
Great space for your kids to play with all their magnet toys!
This, friends, is a Happeez clipper.
Mayfair Lane has created a line of clips to stick in places where magnets stick AND in places where they don’t, like your stainless steel fridge! According to their website they are made of revolutionary material that grips to slick surfaces and leave no residue. They are a way to stylishly post reminders, children’s artwork, to-do lists and more.
They come in one-packs ($6 US) and 3-packs ($15 US) in over 100 colors and patterns and YES THEY SHIP TO CANADA!