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These magnets make great drink tags for mason jars, perfect for weddings or dinner parties, they really dress up your table, and they also make a nice token of remembrance for your guests. This is a fun and easy do it yourself project, and these magnets make great gifts too. Premium quality flat glass cabochons, super smooth, Crystal clear with a smooth beveled edge and 10 super strong neodium rare earth magnets, 10mm or 3/8". I made up the name tags in under 5 minutes on my Mac Pages program, and I am sure you can do the same with Microsoft Word. Shown with our Mason Jar Daisy Lids and pint jars for suggested use only, not included in listing.

These magnets make a great "save the date" to send out for parties, weddings, or other special events. Initials of the Bride and Groom with the date of the event can be sent with save the date cards, or on their own, so if you are looking for something a little different these could be just the thing.

******8130 PEWTER DAISY LIDS AS REQUESTED*************

Larger quantities are available, if you need a different quantity please convo me for a reserved listing.

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My goal is 100% customer satisfaction, if you are not satisfied for any reason I will gladly refund your purchase price.

Reserved Mason Jar Magnetic Drink Tags - Make Your Own - Ten One Inch Flat Clear Glass Squares - Ten Super Strong 10mm Magnets


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  • Materials: glass, glass tile, glass cabochon, clear glass, neodium magnets, rare earth magnets
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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