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  • Adrianne

    Painted doormat: Wooden doormat tutorial from Martha Stewart. This would be great for outdoor shoes at the back door!!

  • Tauna Eckenrod

    DIY doormat. I like this idea not only for a door mat, but possibly to have it inside the front door to put wet shoes on during the winter.

  • Abby Vanderson

    DIY wooden Door Mat from Martha Stewart

  • Debbie Penrod

    DIY Wood Door Mat to put at back door.

  • Sue Dentremont

    DIY doormat out of wood scraps

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