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Creative Ways To Display Kids Art

how to display kids art
If your fridge is overrun with your children’s daily masterpieces, rethink your place of display with one of these clever ideas. I love the wooden grid dotted with art. I might need to try that out for my office space.

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  • Mix It 1 of 15
    Mix It
    No reason not to mix it with your family photos.
    From Mark Lund
  • Frame Decals 2 of 15
    Frame Decals
    Such a cute display!
    From Childhood 101
  • Poster Size 3 of 15
    Poster Size
    Minimize and collage.
    From Jan Eleni on Remodelista
  • Chicken Wire 4 of 15
    Chicken Wire
    Who knew chicken wire could make a great interactive space?
    From Slightly Cosmopolitan
  • Shadow Frames 5 of 15
    Shadow Frames
    Add some crayons along with the art for a fun 3-D look.
    From Elizabeth Kartchner
  • Corkboard 6 of 15
    Corkboard
    Strips of corkboard make a cool stripe look.
    From Cookie Magazine via Nursery Notations
  • Frame It 7 of 15
    Frame It
    Great for a play room.
    From BHG
  • Gallery Wall 8 of 15
    Gallery Wall
    Choose white frames to make it look uniform.
    From Lonny Magazine via Spearmint Baby
  • Frame Wallpaper 9 of 15
    Frame Wallpaper
    For those who like a more eclectic look.
    From Kristin Krause
  • Hangers 10 of 15
    Hangers
    A cool but inexpensive look.
    From Old Brand New
  • Curtain Rod 11 of 15
    Curtain Rod
    Make a wall of art with curtain rods.
    From Oh Dee Doh
  • Art Center 12 of 15
    Art Center
    Combine and chalkboard, whiteboard and magnetic board for an entire center.
    From HGTV
  • Clip It 13 of 15
    Clip It
    Clipboards are inexpensive and make for an easy change up.
    From Ashley Ann Photography
  • Big Clothespins 14 of 15
    Big Clothespins
    Colorful, fun and easy to change up.
    From HGTV
  • Wall Grid 15 of 15
    Wall Grid
    Make your husband tackle this DIY project.
    From Martha Stewart

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