It seems like ages since I last time wrote here. Things had been a little more hectic than usual lately. My boy little J (who is not so little anymore) is now going to kinder so we're still trying to adjust to his new schedule.
Talking about kinder, I loved every time my boy brought home the artworks he did at school. I still keep all his paintings (mostly only scribbles or dabs of paints) in his little art folder or display them on the fridge.
Does it sound familiar? Yes fridge has been a popular gallery space for almost every family I know. So I'm on the hunt for creative ways to display my kids' artworks, other than on the fridge.
I hope these inspire you as they have inspired me.
Frame them in matching photo frames like a grid
You could paint the frames, use wall decal or washi tape
Believe it or not, these were made from cabinet doors!
Using pant hanger from Ikea
Photocopy your kid's artworks to smaller versions and frame them as one piece
Turn them into real plush toy
1. Laura Winslow Photography
2. Childhood 101
3. I Heart Organizing
4. Apartment Therapy
5. Pure and Noble
7. Handmade Charlotte
I've got to say, my fave is the last one. I wish I had one of my childhood drawings turned into real toy.
Which one is your fave?