Brian and I found a photo booth at the mall on Friday. Oh, nobody told you? Going to the mall on a Friday night is totally cool now.
I'm not sure how photo booths still exist now that people's grandmothers have fancier phones than I do, but this one let you choose awesome effects and printed out a big sticker sheet. Sophisticated trendsetters that we are, we went with 80s. In the 1980s, everything was neon, and now so are we.
Harnessing the power of technology, I scanned the sticker sheet. According to the booth, the sheet could be peeled off and folded in half and then torn to pieces or something (I've only made it as far as "peel and stick together"). On the back of each of the four pictures is a collage of all four images. This probably doesn't make any sense since I've tried and failed to explain it to Brian multiple times, but the collage is in the lower right corner.
The small pictures and the magnets aren't quite the right shape, but I didn't want to deal with a huge magnet sheet that I wouldn't use all of. Cutting carefully, it's possible to save a little magnet end. Peel back the white backing just enough to put the picture down, then use the paper to press the picture to the magnet. This also prevents fingerprints, so you can also use the magnet backing to hold the picture/magnet while you trim off the extra.