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Scrabble tile magnets Contemporary Kitchen, Adelaide

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sammy4 wrote:
Does magnetic paint work well?
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I buy grey color magnetic paint from Candy Paint in Malaysia ( Whether it is strong or not depends how much Ferromanganese powder that the manufacturer put into the primer. The more the powder, the stronger of the magnetic paint. You need to buy Neodymium magnet not those black one which didn't work.
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It works with Candy Magnetic Paint

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Lily Gahagan added this to Idea of the Week: Grown-Up Alphabet Magnets
Find the full step-by-step instructions over on the Atypical Type A blog, and keep your eye out for those triple word scores! More: See the rest of her house
Liz Durnan added this to 21 Ways to Waste Less at Home
1. Decide what’s for dinner. Do you ever find yourself in the supermarket randomly picking up things you would quite like to eat but with no real thought as to what you’re going to cook? I do, but I know that if I think ahead and plan each meal in advance, I’ll be more likely to buy only what I need. Later on in the week, I’ll be much less likely to rush out for takeout.
Karen Egly-Thompson added this to How to Bring More Joy to Your Kitchen
7. Don’t forget to add fun. It’s said that laughter is the best medicine and stress reliever. There’s no reason your kitchen needs to be so serious, so introduce bits of fun where you can. Making refrigerator magnets is a great way to repurpose Scrabble letters — especially if your game box is missing some pieces and otherwise unusable.
Becky Harris added this to Houzz Call: What’s on Your Refrigerator?
Some folks are very clever with how they style their refrigerators. These Scrabble tile magnets made by blogger Atypical Type A can be used to leave messages, share inspirational quotes or plan menus for the week. Learn more about these Scrabble magnets
Jess McBride added this to Shake Up Your Style With Scrabble-Inspired Decor
Keep it simple. A letter for each day of the week holds up the day’s menu under the headline “What’s for Dinner.” The possibilities for using magnetic Scrabble tiles to communicate messages to roommates and family members are virtually endless, all for the modest price of a little peel-and-stick magnetic tape.

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Nina Bohlmann added this to Deko
Süße, individuelle Ideen für die Küche
bassa_moonira added this to bassa_moonira's Ideas
Such a cool way to plan menus for the week and it looks appealing

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