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typingmonkey, we used chalkboard paint on our children's cubby house door and given we live in Australia with harsh sunlight, it's lasted really well. Just make sure you put on several layers
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Love all these ideas. I just got free sand from Normandy Park WA from my brother and haven't known what to do with it. The covered sand pit was so cute, my kids would love it. Thanks for sharing!
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