Here are a few of my favorite ways in which to display your little one's masterpieces:
1. Traditional frame wall:
2. Metal clips:
3. Cable system:
4.Using larger, permanent frames, but clipping or taping in the art allows you to rotate it more easily:
5. Grid collage:
There are a few different ways to do this. The first is to have someone else do it for you, but this can be very pricey.
And if you don't get along with computers, here is a more hands-on technique:
And if that looks intimidating, a smaller, more friendly version:
6. Magnets! You can use trays like this project, or most anything made of metal:
Or, of course, there's magnetic paint. Layer it beneath chalkboard paint or just your regular old wall color for a cleaner look.
8. Make it into a book. Again, this is something that you could pay someone else to do, or DIY:
9. Clothespins. Go crazy with some chicken wire, or keep it simple with a bit of string:
10. Wall decals. Another, more whimsical way to have the look of a permanent frame wall but with the ability to rotate the art:
Do you have any creative ways for displaying children's art? I'd love to hear about them!