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  • Stacy Brimm

    Cover a flat dollar store cookie sheet with fabric and get an instant magnet board. Cute idea!

  • Teresa C

    Fabric covered flat cookie sheet (from the dollar store) to make a magnet board.

  • Erin Magrane

    Cover a flat cookie sheet (from the dollar store) with fabric and get an instant magnet board! Great idea!

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