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  • Nichole Thiele

    DIY stacked wood fireplace facade- Cool hack to replace foam core fireplace cover.

  • Angela

    DIY stacked wood fireplace facade. Could use anywhere in the house- just add fireplace surround to wall and then wood facade!

  • Kimberly Foulis

    Faux Stack of Wood Fireplace Inserts. Probably too work intensive but cool idea for fireplace in preschool room (maybe something easier on the inside) bricks painted white

  • Nancy Arseneault

    DIY stacked wood fireplace facade. Cool idea for unused fireplace

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