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  • Tonya Babb

    Did this for the playroom - half painted pink, half chalkboard paint... Love it!!! oil drip pan from Walmart as a giant magnet board ($12) Genius!

  • Jo Geltman

    Oil drip pan from Walmart as a giant magnet board ($12) The oil pan has a grease coating on it which comes off with SimpleGreen. Use 3M picture hanging velcro to attach this to the wall. Great as a giant office magnet board, an alphabet board for kids or a place to display photos and/or art work.

  • Angie Stuart

    Oil drip pan from Walmart as a giant magnet board ($12). For their future play room?

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Oil drip pan from Walmart as a giant magnet board ($12) Genius! I just bought one of these for Jackson's room, we are decorating it in a car theme. I am going to put magnets on bottom of matchbox cars to put on it. So fun!

this would be great in a play room! Use an oil pan, stick to wall with 3M velcro and cut up an alphabet poster for matching. Love it!

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