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How-to DIY Guide for Magnetic Menu Walls

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How-to DIY Guide for Magnetic Menu Walls

Where to beginHow to DIY Guide for Magnetic Menu Walls LetterBank/My DIY Signs has been creating die-cut magnetic letter menus for over 20 years. Here are a few tips to save time and money on this retro-tech project! Let's take this step-by-step. I recommend that you read through the article before budgeting for your project, so you have a realistic idea of what the real cost savings will be, before you begin. Allow sufficient time so you're not distracted for best results. This actual project shows 3" lowercase heading, 2" lowercase menu items and 1" helvetica capitals for ingredients. Determine the size...

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What's the difference between Punched and Die-Cut magnetic letters?

Posted by Joe Giral on

What's the difference in magnetic letters? I guess you can instantly separate the different magnetic letter sets into two broad categories: Toys or Business, economy or ready-to-use. Toys are the small, multi-colored plastic letter kits that are available in buckets or bags at children's toy stores. You know the kind, every letter's a different color. It's a toy with an incomplete alphabet. Business magnetic letters are the kind that are used on menu walls (see example), metal signs, cars, military and factory shelves. Until now, this kind of magnetic letters has only been available in one or two styles and...

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