• Emily Acevedo

    Great idea 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.

  • Eireann O'Connor

    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. This is a great idea for a game room or kids room!

  • Tara Rhea

    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. This is a great idea!! .....Ok I like it minus hanging the game pieces. Just seems like cute kids decor.

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