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Best Ways to Display Kids Artwork

I am drowning in art.  My crafty little preschooler marches off to school every day with a mission to make AS MUCH ART AS POSSIBLE for me during her twice a week three hour sessions.  Her cubby is bulging as I arrive to pick her up and she excitedly presents the six paintings she made for me, the drawing she made for me, the drawing her friend made for me, the wand she made me and on and on and on and on.

Some art has admittedly disappeared in the night. And I do have a plan for creating an art book once we make it through preschool. But the real question is what to do with the revolving gallery of art entering our house that MUST be displayed for all visitors to see.

What is the best way to display artwork? I’ve been researching, check it out.

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Jen Thousand Words

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How do you keep up?  HELP!

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  2. Allison Randall 02/17/2013 at 8:08 am

    I put some of it on her walls… the rest of it goes into a plastic garbage to be dealt with when she’s in high school!

  3. enzo 02/17/2013 at 3:32 am

    Amazing indeed! Love the last two images!Now no need to hide all my kids stuff. Thanks for giving a wonderful idea.:)

  4. Erica Fehrman 02/15/2013 at 11:34 am

    Great ideas! I put an IKEA Dignitet wire on a wall in our kitchen and everything gets displayed for a week on there. When I take one round of artwork off for the next, I quietly throw out minor things and then keep the best memories.