The Art of Displaying Kid’s Creativity

Kids Art 1

Image: Vintage Revival

In their mind’s eye, the picture that your child just handed over is THE BEST thing they have ever created… along with the last ninety-seven pictures you already have stuck to your refrigerator. So that they can be proud and you can open the fridge without 13 papers flying off, today we are talking all about displaying children’s art. Displaying your child’s art does a lot to boost their creative drive. When they see something that they created on display it encourages them to create more.

In Dylan’s room I used clothespins to attach the art and a length of trim to some shelves. It’s cute, easily removable, and interchangeable.

Kids Art
Image: UFrame

One of those slap your head genius ideas, when it comes to showing off the master pieces, are these frames from UFrame. They are designed to be interchangeable so you can have the latest and greatest on display at all times.

Kids Art
Image: Paige Knudsen

I love the idea of creating a gallery wall that can be added to over time.

Children's Crafts
Image: Little Black Door

It doesn’t even need to be formally framed. Just give them a little corner of the house and they will be thrilled!

Kids Artwork
Image: Young House Love

And if you are feeling like the parent of the year, follow in John and Sherry’s footsteps and turn the art project into a piece of fabric.

Do you display your child’s art, or are you more of an ‘in the box for safe keeping’ parent?

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Mandi Gubler
Mandi Gubler is a DIY/Shelter Blogger known for her fearless approach to all things Do It Yourself. She is a self proclaimed thrift store junkie, craigslist stalker (not the killing kind) and garage sale maven. Mandi started her blog Vintage Revivals in July 2010 with zero DIY/Design experience. She apparently had a hidden talent that once released, not only changed her life but inspires millions. Mandi's approach to design is simple. She believes that true style has the chance to emerge when you stop worrying about what everyone else is doing, will think, or might say, and do what makes your guts grin.