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We do prefer a great board game over computer games and apps. The only downside is storage. The first few boxes are harmless enough but after that, things start getting unwieldy quickly. Beckie of Infarrantly Creative had a special disdain for game boxes so she did something about it.
  • Tiffany Lynn

    Great idea for decorating a play room or game room! board games hanging on wall (no glass front in frame), baggie on back to hold pieces --- playroom

  • Angela Gokey

    Game Board Storage Art. Awesome idea for game room, play room or kid's room. Hang board games in a frame with no glass on the wall. Attach a baggie on the back to hold pieces. Also a suggestion to screw eyelets in corners of board and hang with ribbon.

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