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    Make a Magnetic Board out of an Oil Drip Pan. LOVE!

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    • Alyson Spencer

      An oil pan from Wal-Mart becomes a magnetic board! Another idea: paint with chalkboard paint to double its uses! For the kiddos.

    • Denise Graham

      Oil drip pan from Walmart as a giant magnet board (about 12.00)- Genius! Great idea for the grandkids, too!

    • Kayla Ritter

      Oil Drip Pan from Walmart. As a giant magnet board ($12) Genius! Play Room I am going to paint the inside with chalkboard paint instead

    • Sarah Sprister

      Oil drip pan as a magnet board. Awesome for a play room - displaying the kiddos art!

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