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    • Tabitha Nelson

      DIY Lego Wall - This is awesome and would be great in a playroom (I almost said in the boy's room - but being a girl that liked playing with legos? I'd put it in the girl's room too! :D )

    • Angelia Stone

      Do It Yourself Lego Wall, great idea for a play room! Peter would never leave the playroom lol

    • Lee Coll

      diy LEGO wall. Next addition to the Lego room!

    • Lexi Trease

      diy lego wall- great idea for a play room!

    • Conor Leary

      DIY Lego wall - this Is awesome and will definitely be at least of portion of my kids room or their playroom

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