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Kids' artwork, postcards and photos can quickly look messy when bundled onto the fridge with fridge magnets. If you love displaying pictures on the fridge but are looking for a more elegant solution, check out magnetic fridge frames. We were given one as a gift several years ago and ended up buying quite a few more ourselves.

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Our Fridgi frame is a thin plastic sheet with a coloured border and clear window. It attaches to the fridge with four thin magnets on the back. To stick up some artwork, you just put the paper behind the frame and let the magnets hold the frame and picture to the fridge. You can then easily switch pictures whenever you want.

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Fridgi ships to UK, Europe, Australia, US and Canada. There are a range of sizes and colours of frame available.

How do you display pictures on the fridge? Please share your ideas or upload a picture on the comments forum.

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