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How about a cookie sheet from the supermarket, at $5-15?  Plain steel would be ok, but one that is teflon coated would be easy to clean. Stainless steel might be nice too, but test first to make sure that magnets will be attracted to it.  

 

The magnetic clamp blocks look like they were scavenged from cabinet latches (~$1ea), but you could make them by cutting some modeling plywood (square or any other shape) and then gluing on neodymium magnets (such as the powerful ones that may be scavenged from defunct computer hard disks).

Edited by Bob Blarney
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