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  • Christine Royer

    Game Board Storage Art store the game pieces in a plastic bag behind the board! Great way to decorate the game room!

  • Micki Hunn

    Game Board Storage Art | Convert your board games into art and store the game pieces on the back. This is the perfect excuse for me to get a new miter saw! :D

  • Brad Beck

    Game board storage and wall art, all in one --- reverse shadow box frame with game pieces hanging behind. Take it down, play around, then hang it back on the wall when you're done!

  • Sarah Nightingale

    Game Board Storage Art-- Brilliant! Similar to the(permanent) idea of gluing puzzles together and framing them; framing board games hiding the pieces in a bag behind allows for artwork as well as organization in the playroom. Love it!

  • Kristen Wilke

    Game Board Storage Art - Okay, this gal is a lot more handy with power tools than I would ever hope (or, honestly, want) to be! BUT - I love this idea!! I've always wanted to used glued together puzzles as wall decor - could you imagine filling the walls of a play room or game room with framed games and puzzles?! I would L O V E I T !!! :-D

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