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    • Tracey Morrow

      Tension rod on the underside of a table to make a "coloring table". awesome idea! GENIUS!!! Could also use for paper towels

    • Beth Cavanaugh

      Tension rod on the underside of a table with a paper roll for coloring. Considering the amount of paper we go through coloring at the kitchen table, this is an awesome idea!

    • Amy Wollenweber

      IKEA Hackers: Cheap and Easy Coloring Table using a tension rod under your normal dining room table!

    • Amy Warth

      Tension rod on the underside of a table to make a "coloring table" Need to do this to the kids' art table in the basement!

    • Morgan Pearson

      I'M SO ON THIS! Tension rod on underside of dining table + roll of paper = coloring table. Awesome idea for kids... or artsy folks

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