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  • 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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Hang board games on the play room wall (no glass front in frame) with a baggie on the back to hold pieces! Take down and play when you want. Idea via LifeHacker.com

Board game storage....There is no way to say how much I need this...add a second one for puzzle storage....

Cut game room idea. I don't have a game room. Oh well.

How To Organize Board Games // Live Simply by Annie

Drawers stacked beneath the top of a coffee table can conceal all sorts of items such as board games, remotes, magazines, and more. Since these pieces tend to be a bit more bulky than leggy, open coffee tables, they work best in larger or more open spaces.

Total surface area you want to cover, divide into sections with 2 inches in between, buy cheap frames at wal mart, order cropped prints on ezprints.com...Did this to my wall but added 3 demensional art pieces and metal work in between frames.. looks awesome!

i have to original candy land and chutes and ladders.... i really like this idea. maybe even a shadow box type thing with the little people inside? hmm...

Game boards as wall art. This is a great idea since you can usually find incomplete board games at thrift stores and garage sales... the pieces you have left can be used for other projects/put into a bin for the kids to use in art projects later! - Play room

Fabric wrapped cork board in a frame. I always need more necklace organizers. I can make this!!

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