Concrete Magnet Blocks Keep Your Memos and Notes Secure
There are a few ways to keep notes secure on a whiteboard, such as physically writing them with a dry-erase marker or using sticky notes. Magnets can also be used for attaching pieces of notes since the boards are mostly made of a magnetic material.
Here’s a set of magnets that don’t look like magnets, but made of real concrete and made in the shape and form just like the real ones, but in a much miniature size.
With a concrete block like this securing a note, it will offer an impression that the particular note it is holding on holds a little more ‘weight’ compared to the others and should be paid a little more attention to.
An interesting looking magnet that is suitable for magnetic surfaces like dry-erase boards and fridge doors.
The concrete block magnets come in a set of 6 and retails for $12 from Fancy.