Adorable Things to Do with Your Kid’s Art (Aside from Just Slapping It on the Fridge)
Yes, yes, we know—your child’s finger paintings will be worth a small fortune in 12 to 100 years. But until that day comes, consider these nine super-cute solutions for showcasing their handiwork.
Gather favorite small drawings and frame them together in a large-scale collage.
Or hang storage-friendly picture frames in a hall, den, or playroom. (These above provide safe storage for up to 50 pieces per frame).
Lilian Vernon, $40
Immortalize their entire doodle arsenal by printing it up in a coffee table tome.
Shutterfly, from $30
Hang rustic wood display boards strung with wire and clips in a craft room or play area.
Repurpose old paintings by cutting them into geometric shapes and creating a beautiful mosaic mural. (P.S. This is a fun mommy-and-me project.)
Staple mesh grating to a large picture frame for a shabby chic display board of rotating artwork.
Create a kid-art accent wall with chalkboard paint and magnetic clips.
Have favorite drawings printed into puzzles for the whole family to enjoy.
Pinhole Press, $25