Turn a blank, boring stretch of wall in a kid's room into a creative outlet — using just a piece of sheet metal and some nails. A great alternative to magnetic paint, this magnet wall has holding power.
Jordan from Oh Happy Day had always had a magnet wall in the back of her mind ever since she and her son, Moses, played with one in a store and loved it. So when the opportunity arose — when Moses had his own room at last! — she took the plunge and had a custom piece of sheet metal cut to fit a little expanse of wall. With a little bit of precision, a handful of nails, and about ten minutes, Jordan had Moses all set with his little alphabet area.
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(Image: Oh Happy Day)