Tab-a-lets, Made in the USA Metal Letter Tabs
Tab-a-lets were first used in the 1916 presidential campaign. Tab-a-lets were originally worn on the lapel or stiff collars of dress shirts. Museums used them for many decades to identify paying customers.
Toronto designer Julie Dyck transformed tab-a-lets into a fun letter system. Tab-a-lets use the classic font Didot.
Tab-a-Lets Metal Tab Letter System Great for Garlands and Events
Presto Tab-a-lets release the DIY spirit and our customers find new ways to use the affordable and fun Tab-a-lets all the time. Most popular for garland making, Gift wrap decoration, tree and wreath and table floral piece decorations, table setting napkin decorations for weddings and special events and as a letter system for home schooling and teaching the alphabet. Made in the USA since 1916.