I have a thing about refrigerator magnets: I don’t really like them, yet my refrigerator sports plenty of them. I guess that means that mine are a different thing than everyone else’s ;-).
This group is from a variety of sources: local, the British Museum, the Louvre, the Marmottan, St. Louis Art Museum, Minneapolis Natural History Museum, Nelson-Atkins Museum and Honolulu Aquarium.
Santa Fe, local, the Quilting Museum and Miss P.
The magnets at the bottom are holding up a piece of art from a young friend. This is the traditional role of refrigerator magnets.
The late Poochie dog and promotional magnets.
Here’s a picture of one of my nephews as a youngster (he’s 35 now), M and the late Arfy dog. Magnets from Brazil, London, Seattle and San Francisco, as well as gifts (yes, you thought of me and thought “refrigerator magnet”).
Actually I pity the poor person who has only a pristine refrigerator to look at.