• Sandy Gustafson

    Cute idea to spray paint metal mailboxes and put outside your kids rooms, leave them nice notes and treats

  • Emily McClurg

    Metal mailboxes spray painted hung outside kids bedroom door. Leave them little notes, any mail they get, some treats, etc. They can also hang their backpack and coat on the hooks! GREAT idea!

  • Corinne Constable

    Spray paint metal mail box and use inside too! I have one that I have used for years just inside my front door to hol my keys, shades, etc....they won't hold heavy bookbags. Would be cool outside kid's room to leave them little notes, any mail they get, some treats, etc. Then they can hang their backpack and coat on the hooks! GREAT idea!

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