Map Magnets

At the beginning of this year we introduced a line of Map Magnets to our range of Map Journals, Mail-It Maps and Scrapbook packs ~

Regions covered by our Map Magnets

We started off with 22 to test the water that covered the major cities such as Sydney

Sydney Map Magnet (on backing card)

Melbourne:

Melbourne Map Magnet

Perth and the south west of Western Australia:

Perth Map Magnet (on backing card)

and Brisbane covering from Fraser Island down to Byron Bay:

Brisbane Map Magnet (on backing card)

We have just added another 8,  so we now have a total of 30 regions across Australia covered 🙂

The latest cover some of the more remote regions such as Bourke and Cameron Corner:

Bourke Map Magnet (on backing card)

Coober Pedy up to Alice Springs:

Coober Pedy Map Magnet

and the Gulf of Carpentaria

The Gulf of Carpentaria Map Magnet

…with lurking crocodile 😉

To see more, they’re on our website:

http://journeyjottings.com/products/australia/map-magnets-eastern-australia/

Happy travels 😀

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11 thoughts on “Map Magnets

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    • Thanks Paul ~ They’re a fun and useful memento ~
      In fact I’d go as far as to say they really are a must have for any discerning fridge owner 😉

    • Funnily, I was thinking of something more along the lines of… beguiling, captivating, transports…
      but then I guess that’s the art of a copywriter isn’t it to be minimalistic, simple, to the point ~
      If not at times a little bland 😉

  2. The magnets are so fun! The closest thing I have is U.S. state-shaped magnets. I only buy a state magnet if I’ve actually stepped foot in the state. Last count I think I had about 33, but I need to add a few. Sometimes I display them on our fridge. My goal is to get all 50.

    • Can’t wait to hear when you’ve made it to 50!!!!
      We certainly get people contacting us to fill in the gaps from their travels with our map magnets 🙂

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