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Displaying Kid Art

Posted by Alyssa on June 28, 2017

p img src static.rcwilley.com blog 34 6951 displaying-kid-art.jpg alt little kid painting width 778 height 519 p p span style font-weight 400 Having a little artist in your home is the best but how do you start displaying kid art in a way that won rsquo t completely take over your space If you have a prolific artist it can be really hard find more space on your refrigerator - and if you rsquo re like me you don rsquo t want to have anything on your refrigerator anyway. There are so many ways of displaying kid art that will add to your home decor rather than distract from it. Check out five of my favorite ideas below nbsp nbsp --more-- img class hidden src https static.rcwilley.com images more-tag.png alt span p p img src static.rcwilley.com blog 34 6951 displaying-kid-art-clothes-pins.jpg alt wall hanging width 778 height 1037 p p style text-align center via a href http www.iheartorganizing.com 2010 03 march-featured-space-kids-where-art.html target blank iHeart Organizing a p p style text-align left span style font-weight 400 With a board and a few clothes pins you can make the perfect display for all their masterpieces. This is a great option if you have limited space and I love how easy it would be to swap out artwork. span p p img src static.rcwilley.com blog 34 6951 displaying-kid-art-collage.jpg alt collage width 778 height 1180 p p style text-align center via a href http www.apartmenttherapy.com childrens-artwork-collages-fro-154908 target blank Apartment Therapy a p p span style font-weight 400 If you have piles of saved artwork you hate to get rid of think about scanning them and making a large collage to frame. What a fun way to preserve memories especially if your kids are older. span p p img src static.rcwilley.com blog 34 6951 displaying-kid-art-cork-board.jpg alt cork board width 778 height 1145 p p style text-align center via a href http everyday-reading.com corkboard-tiles target blank Everyday Reading a p p span style font-weight 400 Corkboard is such an easy way to display artwork and is easily changed. Think about making a giant bulletin board if you have room or hanging a few corkboard tiles in a playroom. span p p img src static.rcwilley.com blog 34 6951 displaying-kid-art-canvas.jpg alt canvas width 778 height 1166 p p style text-align center via a href http artfulparent.com 2011 12 putting-a-childs-artwork-on-a-canvas.html target blank The Artful Parent a p p style text-align left You may have a favorite piece of artwork your child has created that you would like to display all the time. You can transfer your child s art from paper to a canvas from a variety of places including RC Willey. a href https www.rcwilley.com CustomArt.jsp target blank Check out ways to transfer a print to canvas here. a p p style text-align left img src static.rcwilley.com blog 34 6951 displaying-kid-art-wire.jpg alt art hanging width 778 height 1194 p p style text-align center via a href http www.cravingsomecreativity.com 2015 06 12 childs-art-display-on-the-wall target blank Craving Some Creativity a p p style text-align left Another quick way to swap out art is this industrial wall hanging idea. Stacking these display boards on an empty wall would be a great way to fill the space and show off all your child s art. nbsp p p style text-align left What ideas do you have for displaying kid art nbsp p
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