Brick Mailboxes Designs?

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There is no right or wrong method when it comes to how to design your brick mailbox. First, you need to go to the store and pick out a mailbox you want to use. This is, of course, unless you are constructing the entire mailbox from scratch. After you decide on the mailbox, you can use bricks to design landscaping around the mailbox.
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