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How to Turn an Old Screen Door Into a Family Message Center

Outdoors on Jun 28, 2016
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With a busy family, you need to be organized! Our family needed a place for keys, mail, and a place to communicate important messages! I used an old screen door frame for this project. Check out my blog for all the details!
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Turn an old screen door into a family message center!
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What I started with!
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The finished product!
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Caster wheels used for hooks to hang keys and lanyards.
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Chalkboard for messages, weekly menu, or artwork.

To see more: http://www.hymnsandverses.com/2013/08/turn-old-screen-door-into-family.html

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  • Lynette R
    Lynette R Maryville, TN

    For some reason Doreen, when I try to go to your site from the Hometalke email, I get a message saying this tip "has been removed or is no longer available"? Just thought you'd like to know.

  • Janet O
    Janet O East Windsor, CT

    Now to find a reasonably priced door......
    Janet

  • Doreen Cagno
    Doreen Cagno Lititz, PA

    Thanks, everyone! I think this is one project that will really get used in my home!!!

  • Lucille Janssen
    Lucille Janssen Parsons, KS

    What did you use for the blackboard part? Wood, glass?

    • Doreen Cagno
      Doreen Cagno Lititz, PA

      @ I used a thin piece of plywood painted with chalkboard paint!

  • Teresa Lopata
    Teresa Lopata South Bend, IN

    SWEET!

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