Wednesday, 4 June 2014

Sticky9 instagram magnets

I think it's pretty fair to say that I'm a fan of instagram. It's such a nice way to see what my pals are up to (without all the nonsense of facebook), and document nice moments in my day to day life (plus, things just look nicer through carefully selected filters!).

So, I was quite intrigued when Sticky9 (formerly StickyGram) got in touch, and asked if I wanted to try out some of their products. Sticky9 started out making instagram magnets, and have since expanded into phone cases and tablet covers too.

Sticky9 instagram magnets* - from £9.99
I picked a set of nine magnets, and it was really easy to log into instagram via their site, and start selecting what I wanted to print. And then it got surprisingly hard! What magnets did I want to print? I've got food photos, party photos, flat photos, shameless selfies, pal photos... but what ones would I actually want on a magnet?

I feel like I made this process SO MUCH HARDER than it really needed to be by over-thinking everything, but in the end I settled for the above nine. A beardy boyfriend (mostly a tribute to his beard, which got shaved immediately after our holiday, sob!), lovely places from holidays here and abroad, a little memento to Max, bits and pieces from my flat, favourite spots in Edinburgh, and my pussycat.


They arrived super quickly, and I then realised that the only magnetic spot in my house was my bedroom radiator... but luckily, I think they work quite well in that space!

I've not actually sorted out my books since I first moved into my flat, and am now so used to my messy stacks of books that I think it's super unlikely I'll ever get round to arranging them neatly.


Overall, I'm really pleased with the magnets! They're of super good quality, and I think they'd make a really nice gift (maybe check the recipient has a fridge first!). You can also get a jigsaw version of one photo, that I think would be really fun for kids.

If you're interested in trying some yourself, then you can get 15% off with the code FRIEND0PBL (just rolls off the tongue, doesn't it).

3 comments :

  1. Can you pinch other people's photos, or do they have to be one's (slightly rubbish) own? Asking for a friend.

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    1. Ha! It logs in directly to your account, so I'm pretty sure you can only use your own images. Nothing stopped you from regramming other images onto your own account first though...

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  2. The most amazing photos will have no watchers on the off chance that you post it when the whole Instagram people group is snoozing. The pinnacle times on Instagram are in the morning before work and at night after work. This is when most Instagrammers check their records. In this way, time your transfers right. more info on GFF

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