4 Child Abuse Prevention Council Home Design Photos

Kerrie L. Kelly
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Treehouse Project: Benefiting Placer County Child Abuse Prevention
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Treehouse Project: Benefiting Placer County Child Abuse Prevention
designer Kerrie L. Kelly teamed up with Pulte Homes to create a treehouse made of metal, foam and wood that was raffled off to benefit the Child Abuse Prevention Council of Placer County, near Sacramento, California. "The house sold for $36,000, with all of the proceeds benefitting the charity," says Kelly
“Double decker playhouse with slude” — Ace 1 Renovations
Kerrie L. Kelly
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Treehouse Project: Benefiting Placer County Child Abuse Prevention
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Treehouse Project: Benefiting Placer County Child Abuse Prevention
Inspiring messages on walls in children's rooms are indeed new but good if it helps child to reflect.
things that you can do with color in a kids' room is use it to write things on the walls. This is a great example of a saying that can stay on your child's wall for many years, adding inspiration to his or her life while providing a pop of color to the ordinary paint on the walls.
“The quote with a chalk board under neath” — lydale
Kerrie L. Kelly
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Treehouse Project: Benefiting Placer County Child Abuse Prevention
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Treehouse Project: Benefiting Placer County Child Abuse Prevention
Child Abuse Prevention Council
Love the child Dutch door!
“playhouse” — kshu
Kerrie L. Kelly
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Treehouse Project: Benefiting Placer County Child Abuse Prevention
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“sign” — maggietobyphoebe
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