The Secret Ingredient Is Always Love Metal Kitchen Decor, Cooking Theme Metal Wall Art

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Cooking themed text metal wall art.

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Everyone knows the secret ingredient from this kitchen decor will make any dish taste better. Hang “The Secret Ingredient Is Always Love” decorative metal wall art in your kitchen or outdoors by the BBQ. Makes for a great gift to the chef or baker in your life.

All products created by feature:

  • Powder coat finish available in a variety of colors to protect your steel art from rust!
  • Various size options offering wider flexibility to your decor and size of room or wall.
  • Includes pre-drilled holes for mounting with #8 screws.
  • 100% solid Canadian steel with a durable 14-gauge (5/64") thickness that resists bending and breaking.

Please note that slight adjustments may occur during the production process to accommodate your personalized text within the unique shape of our custom wall art. Itʼs a manual process where the designers at can assure the best results to meet and exceed your expectations.

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12", 18", 24", 30", 36"

2 reviews for The Secret Ingredient Is Always Love Metal Kitchen Decor, Cooking Theme Metal Wall Art

  1. Venetia Olson

    Metal Kitchen Sign
    SteelSigns provides extremely high-quality customizable products accompanied with professional and efficient customer service. I would highly recommend ordering from this company. I have been very pleased with a large sign ordered for my kitchen. The sign adds much love to the room. After sending an e-mail, they quickly responded and were able to create my product without drilling holes, such that I could hang it with Command strips for a flawless finish. Will definitely be ordering from SteelSigns again!

  2. H Puncher

    Secret Ingredient Sign For Kitchen
    It was the first piece of anything that went onto the walls! Put up while I was still painting in fact!

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