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  • Donna Peterson

    Old door DIY -- re-stained + chalkboard paint for organization; Could also add some corkboard to some panels for a cool bulletin board.

  • Brandie

    Vintage door bulletin board... I could see it with chalkboard paint.

  • Erica Becking

    Old Door + Chalkboard paint = Awesome office memo board!

  • Barbara Tilton

    salvaged door and chalkboard paint. love everything about it. from

  • Tabatha Gallo

    Old door + Chalk Board Paint = New Bulletin Board

  • Yvette Tourte

    An old door & some chalkboard paint - way cool.....great idea for our antique door find:)

  • Kaitlyn P

    An old door & some chalkboard paint. Good for a home office.

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