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A special way to display children’s artwork

by respaced on October 5, 2010

My friend,the beautiful, magical Sarah, sent me these photos of how she has organized her children’s artwork in her home.

Sarah took old picture frames and hung them on the wall, sans glass and backing. She centered her children’s artwork in the middle of the frame, but instead of being attached to the frame, the artwork is merely taped to the wall. She uses painters tape, so the artwork can be removed without ruining the paint.

What I like about Sarah’s idea is how the frames help the children’s art coordinate with the other furnishings in the room. It also makes the children feel special because their art is displayed in such a special, very visible way. Brilliant, eh?

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amy October 8, 2010 at 5:07 am

Loving this!

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MaryJo October 8, 2010 at 2:22 pm

Oh, I know! There's so many places in a home where this could look great. And you wouldn't even have to move the frames each time you inserted a new piece of artwork, making it a snap to change the display.

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