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  • Kimberly Shaffer

    Great idea: paint the inside of kitchen cabinet doors with chalkboard paint. Don't have flat pantry doors, though. Hmm...

  • Jennifer McCabe

    Great idea: paint the inside of kitchen cabinet doors with chalkboard paint. ...more chalk board paint!

  • Carrie Folkerts

    Great idea: paint the inside of kitchen cabinet doors with chalkboard paint and when you take the last of something write it on the doors.

  • Katie Zoretic

    Great idea! paint the inside of kitchen cabinet doors with chalkboard paint. Perfect grocery list!

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