Picstick Photo Magnets Review

Since I live in a dorm, I don’t have the shelf space for framed photos and can’t stick or pin photos to the walls. But after hearing about Picstick, I decided to give it a shot. Picstick is an England-based company that takes your photos (any photos you submit, whether it’s from Facebook, Instagram, Dropbox, etc.) and makes them into photo magnets. Keep reading to see what I thought, and for a little surprise from Picstick and me!

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Each sheet of magnets comes with 9 photos, and you can custom crop and rotate them on the Picstick website before ordering. They also ship internationally (with a few exceptions) for free, which is really awesome. Once you receive the magnets, you just flex the sheet and gently peel them apart.

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The magnets aren’t super strong, so they’re easy to remove from whatever surface you put them on. I tried them out on the mini-fridge in my dorm room, as well as my magnetic wall calendar. I gave three of the magnets away to a friend, and then took the remaining six and placed them around the edge of my calendar.

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Even better, Picstick created an exclusive coupon code just for the readers of this blog! Use the code JANDT25 at checkout and get 25% off just for being readers of Juleps & Tea! You can order your own set of magnets here.

I hope you found this post interesting, and enjoy your magnets! If you purchase some, I would love to see photos of how you’ve used them to decorate in your home! You can tag me on Instagram @julepsandtea.

My giveaway with Pure Body Culture is still going on as well, but there are only four days left to enter! Visit the giveaway tab on my Facebook page to enter for a chance to win four awesome, all-natural lip balms!

This post was sponsored by Picstick, who offered me the opportunity to try a sample of their product. However all opinions expressed are my own honest thoughts and impressions.

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