10 Ideas to Display and Store Your Child’s Artwork
With the kids back in school, it’s easy to let your fridge, table and any other flat surface become a messy, creative and sweet art gallery! While I love having the kids, and even my grandkids, drawings and pictures around the house, sometimes we have to scale back and find a way to manage the chaos. Here are 10 ideas to display and store your child’s artwork!
8-Pocket Folder – Sort what you want to save for them as they grow up and store it in these handy folders. Each pocket can hold about 25 sheets of paper, and there are a number of colors to pick from as well.
Child Artwork Frame – This not only displays a work of art but you can also store other pieces behind it, all in the same piece! It measures 8.5 by 11 inches and it would be perfect to keep their artwork in a single place.
Circo Wall Art Display – A great way to display four pieces at a time, without adding additional holes to the wall. It can be hung on a wall or over a door, horizontally or vertically! Simply swap out the art work behind the clear plastic cover.
Hangit Photo Display – Two wooden supports (available in 3 colors) with “clotheslines” and pins that display pictures, art and more. Can be hung in several ways and it comes with 40 clips included.
Fancy Clipboards – This is a 6 pack of clipboards with a bright pattern design, perfect to “frame” any pieces of art the kids bring home from school. They also have a collapsible hanging hook on the back for easy hanging.
2-Inch Ring Binder – Available in a number of colors, simply fill with page protectors to keep their projects safely stored. Each one can be for a different child and school year; you can also add tabs/separators for further organizing!
Wood Framed Bulletin Board – This is a simple way to display, and then change out, pictures and projects the kids bring home from school.
Cardboard Poster Storage Tubes – For long term storage ideas, simply roll the papers and slide them into the tube and cap it shut. These can stand in a closet corner or lay flat on a shelf or under a bed.
Assorted Magnets – Whether you display the pictures on the fridge or set up a special “art gallery” magnet board in another room, this set of magnets come in primary colors and three different sizes.
Plastic Storage Keep-Box – At 12 gallons, these clear boxes are perfect for long term project storage. They can slide under the bed or be stacked in the closet. The lids close tightly to keep out moisture and insects. Add a label with the school year or child’s name to the top!
No matter how you show off or put away the many crafts, drawings, projects and art pieces your kids and grandkids bring home, keep those that are special to you either on display or stored for safe keeping. After all, this list of 10 ideas to display and store your child’s artwork are just a few ideas to get you thinking. The rest is up to you!
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