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The Kitchen Rules Poster Motivates Your Family

This red Kitchen Rules poster is made to motivate your family and encourage wholesome eating habits. The poster boasts typographic sayings such as "The TV is not invited to dinner" and "Enjoy your food, enjoy the company." The Kitchen Rules poster is a cute way to lay down the law in your house and would be the perfect addition to any dining space. For another cool poster, check out the Pie Charts Print.
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