Kids + Art! 21 Fabulous Display Ideas For Displaying Their WorkGabrielle Blair
Figuring out what to do with all of the art your kids create can be a real challenge! At least, it sure is at Chez Blair. : ) Click through the gallery below for 21 great display ideas so you can keep a handle on the kid artwork in your home.
Plastic Envelope Sheaths 1 of 21It's kind of genius don't you think?
via Apartment Therapy
Hallway Bulletin 2 of 21I love seeing oft-ignored hallways used for displaying art instead. Hanging a big bulletin board creates the perfect spot for just that.
spotted at The Beau Life
Painted Wall Frames 3 of 21Why not paint some frames directly on the wall? So fun!
details here from Childhood 101
Coordinated Clipboards 4 of 21Clipboards make it so easy to change your child's art in and out. Here's fun display idea!
via Clean And Scentsible
Fine Art Poster 5 of 21Various photo sites have a college option you can choose to create posters like this one. Take a picture of your child's art, upload, create, and have it printed and shipped. What a great idea!
via Cool Progeny
String It Up 6 of 21I've seen these steel hook displays at IKEA before and they certainly make for a simple and fun way to display kid art.
via Design Is Mine
Organized Gallery Wall 7 of 21While I like the way this gallery wall of kid art looks, I can't imagine that it would be very easy to swap out and it would be so hard to choose favorites!
via House Of Turquoise
Mix It Up 8 of 21I am really digging this wall which gives kid art a place on the wall right along with regular art and decor.
Under Window DIY Display 9 of 21Take advantage of that under window space and create a cool display with this fun tutorial.
details here from I Heart Organizing
Curtain Rod Hanger Display 10 of 21Curtain rods and pinch clips are kind of perfect for displaying kid art. Why not hang a few?!
via I Heart Organizing
Floor To Ceiling Lattice Wall 11 of 21If you're super serious about displaying your child's art, this super cool lattice display would be a fun project.
details here from Martha Stewart
Clothespins And Twine 12 of 21Doesn't get any more simple than this!
via The Boo And The Boy
Under Bar Frame Collage 13 of 21Using thrifted frames this blogger created a kid accessible art display right under her kitchen bar!
Details from the Project Corner here
Anchored Art Display 14 of 21Another great variation on the basic clothespin display. String some twine between two playful anchors like the wooden apples pictured here.
via Try Handmade
DIY Frame Magnets 15 of 21The fridge is a natural gathering place for children's artwork, why not make a couple of magnetized frames for display?
tutorial here from Vintage Glamorous
Photoshop Collage 16 of 21If you're handy with photoshop you can personalize a collage just like this one yourself!
via A Thousand Words
Ruler Clip Art Rails 17 of 21Here's a simple and super fun idea for a display using a wooden meter stick and jumbo clothespins.
details from Ana White here
DIY Collage 18 of 21I kind of like the less polished look of this DIY collage. Snap photos of your kids artwork, print off and arrange at will!
Art Wall 19 of 21Get all your major display mediums covered with an awesome art wall like this!
spotted over at Roomzaar
Pegboard Display 20 of 21Create a multi-functional display using pegboard like this.
via Style Cookie
Photo Book 21 of 21Snap some photos of your child's artwork collection and turn them into a book, what a great idea! Sites like Shutterfly and Blurb are perfect for this very thing.
spotted at Inhabitots
*lead image via Lonny Mag
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