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.
Adorable Things to Do with Your Kid’s Art (Aside from Just Slapping It on the Fridge)
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.)
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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
And when all else fails, go for matching frames and a grid-like display. Boom: Statement wall.