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My First GIVEAWAY to Cover Up Ugly Phone Jacks

I've been working on our {office area} over the summer.  At our old house, we got rid of our phone land line because we had our cell phones.  This seems to be a rising trend.  When we moved, we never got a land line.  The problem is, you've got those ugly phone jacks to cover.  Brian was nice enough to send me his new product, the {Telephrame}, to try out.

I quickly discovered that in our new house, they must have come up with flat phone jacks!  Ryan helped me figure out how to attach it, because I knew it would still be useful.  He just unscrewed the top screw, and we hung the frame off of that.  In the old house, it would have worked perfectly on our big, bulky phone jack.  Directions are provided on how to hang it.  Whether you have a flat or bulky jack, this product allows you to make use of the space.
The nice thing about the {Telephrame} is that there are three options for using it.  It can be a frame for a photo, a dry-erase board, or a cork board.  Right now, I'm using it as a dry-erase board, but I like that I can change to the other options at any time.  With the dry erase board comes a marker to use.  Even better than that, Brian was smart enough to add a magnet to the marker.  Now we can't lose it!  I can also cut paper to fit in the frame and change the background at any time.

The best part is that Brian sent me two sets, so I get to giveaway one of the Telephrames!
To enter, all you have to do is leave a comment telling where you would most like to cover up your ugly phone jack.
For bonus entries, make sure you follow my blog via {Facebook}, {Google+}, and/or {RSS feed} and like Telephrame on {Facebook}.
The giveaway is now closed.


  1. Hi Erin,

    I would love to cover up the big, bulky phone jack on my kitchen wall.

    Your blog is so inspiring!!


  2. i would cover them in the bedroom

  3. I just bought a house with phone jacks in every room- ahhh!
    I would cover up the one in my daughters room for sure.
    emsfsemsfs at gmail dot com


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