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  • Lindsay Ochal

    a magnetic scrabble board! hang this in a hallway or somewhere and have an ongoing game in the house! I love this idea! #scrabble #games #magnetic

  • Ali AndMelissa

    A magnetic Scrabble board! Hang in hallway & have an ongoing game in the house. A cool idea! I picked my magnetic board up at Michael's for exactly $10.

  • Beatriz Waddell

    Love this idea! Magnetic board with old Scrabble tiles-- how fun would it be to have an ongoing game of Scrabble on your wall?!

  • Clare Vickland

    A magnetic Scrabble board! Hang in hallway & have an ongoing game in the house. Awesome idea for a future game room.

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