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October 14, 2009

Flower Magnets

by Etsy artist ghiland

Who doesn’t like to dress up their refrigerator with photos of friends and family, cute and cuddly pets, grocery lists, stupidly silly cartoons and provocative newspaper clippings?  I’ve always been drawn to magnets that express my style, interests and personality. These Floral Magnets, made of lucite cabochons (many of which are Japanese vintage) by artist Gina Hiland, are the perfect magnet to express your flair for simple, modern style and love of the garden.

A Great Gift Idea

My readers know I fancy anything garden related that oozes modern style.  These floral magnets may be vintage but I think the colors and simplicity add a hint of modern.

  • Garden Lover great as a stocking stuffer for the holidays, birthdays, or simple “I appreciate you” gift moments.
  • Teachers delightful gift for any teacher who loves nature. What teacher couldn’t use a cute set of magnets?
  • Magnet Lover this may be a new group of gift recipients but I’m a sucker for a cool set of magnets.
  • Mothers Day this is the perfect gift accompaniment for any mother to post photos of family or precious grandchildren

About the Artist

gina-hilandAfter years and years of looking for, and buying, the prettiest things around, Etsy artist Gina Hiland decided to create something beautiful herself.  She is a stay-at-home mom of a 6 year-old boy, loves all things neutral and is an advocate of simple living (my kind of girl).  Her shop, ghiland Handmade Goods, is a reflection of the high quality and simple designs that inspire her.

Current collections

  • Limited edition “stash boxes” filled with unique crafting supplies.
  • Fabric covered pin boards made with post-consumer recycled paper homasote and backed with wool felt
  • Vintage cabochon magnet sets packaged in reusable tins. Available in 4 different colors.

Enjoy and Happy Gift Giving!


4 Comments leave one →
  1. October 15, 2009 9:20 am

    Wow, this is very creative, cute, and beautiful flower gift !

  2. Auntie Jo Jo permalink
    October 15, 2009 11:59 am

    Wow, wonderful craftsmanship. Love it!!!

  3. February 5, 2010 6:12 pm

    these are such a cute idea- really cute!

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