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  • Megan Jensen

    Family Message center - you can close the doors and hide the evidence of the chaos of your days.

  • Amy Faulkner

    No tutorial. Several DIY ideas, including this family information center.

  • Shaylie

    Love this message center. Perfect Family Home Idea

  • Amber Moore

    Cute message center, I like that you can close the doors and hide the evidence of the chaos of your days. Cute idea

  • Sarah Jones

    Cute message center, I like that you can close the doors...would like this built in behind the door...

  • Carla Hardy

    Soooo WANT THIS FOR MY KITCHEN WALL!!! message center - you can close the doors and hide the evidence of the chaos of your days. LOVE

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message center - you can close the doors and hide the evidence of the chaos of your days

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