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Oil Drip Pan Chalkboards! Spray prime the drip pans with gray primer, and then use latex chalkboard paint. Tape a border around the edge of the drip pan so it will create a 'frame' of sorts. Hang the boards/pans using 3M Command Strips (4 medium sized ones did the trick).

B-Inspired Mamafrom B-Inspired Mama

A Car Parking Numbers Game

car parking numbers matching

so cool - thin sheet of metal on a wall to make a massive board for magnetic letters and numbers

George & Willyfrom George & Willy

Studio Roller

I found this offered as something for the home, but I like it for libraries! It's the George & Willy wall-mounted craft paper dispenser!

Make a huge fabric-covered magnet board out of an automotive oil drip pan and some fabric -- for less than $20! Transform an oil drip pan into fabulous play place!

Pint-sized Treasuresfrom Pint-sized Treasures

Best Tear-Free Ways to Say Bye to Your Kids

New high-resolution image now available for purchase -- only $3,99! Print, frame and add some of the cutest saying in the world to your child's room, nursery or playroom from @alicanwrite

Apartment Therapyfrom Apartment Therapy

Before &amp After: Kids Table & Chairs — SugarScout

This kids table and chair set was in good condition, but was a bit plain and somewhat dated. As you might guess, a new coat of paint gave it a completely new look and life.

Magnetic board! Use my clean drip pan and letters I already have! (and lots of other playroom ideas here)

"And no playroom is complete without a magnetic board... All you need is a $10 oil drip pan, usually found in the automotive section at Walmart. Since it's not very pretty on it's own, a coat of spray paint dresses it up nicely."

Apartment Therapyfrom Apartment Therapy

Creative Solutions for Small Space Play

Which little boy wouldn't love a train set under his bed? Image by Great Little Trading Co #bedroom #interiordesign