And sometimes those pieces of artwork, no matter how small, need a place in the home to be displayed. But because of how MUCH artwork can be created, taken home, and demanded to be up, we've come up with a few solutions for displaying artwork in a way that isn't permanent.
So here are a few tips and tricks to displaying your child's masterpiece.
Framed and Clipped
This is one of my favorite ways to display my kids stuff. All it takes is an empty frame, a butterfly clip and a nail or two.
Simply hang the empty frame (garage sales are an excellent place to find these on the cheap), add the butterfly clip, and hang whatever artwork your child wants to display. You can easily swap out pictures as frequently as you'd like! And you can even personalize each frame by adding your child's name inside (or outside) in vinyl letters to create their own space.
Framed and Matted
We love to make crafts that are specifically for gift giving. One of the first craft projects my son and I made was this adorable footprint heart for Valentine's Day. To make it extra special and display it in Daddy's office we framed it in a matted frame to give it more depth.
We also frame our children's drawing as well on an "art wall" in our hallway. It helps to use simple frames that we can easily change out the pictures in. Each child gets to choose one piece of art to display all month. It can be a seasonal piece or something they're proud of.
Framed and Pinned
This frame used to be a mirror. A mirror with a LARGE crack in it. We snagged it at our local furniture store for $7. Such a steal!
Simply put up a few letters to spell out ART and I have a customized large frame to thumb tack any artwork the kids might want to have showcased. Easy peasy!
And if you aren't lucky enough to score such an awesome deal you can easily put up a large cork board and achieve the same effect.
How do you display your child's artwork?