Displaying children’s artwork

23 Feb

When it comes to displaying the artwork of your kids, banners with pegs abound and there are lots of great images of this across the web — I’m not knocking it at all — I think it’s a brilliant solution.  But I thought I would include one banner example and a couple of others that I thought were clev-uh (that’s my attempt at a Boston accent — I could have also said “wicked smaaaht”).


From the Fiskers website, I like the idea of making the art banner an actual banner with proper flag bunting. Cute. 

 

And how smart to take photos of your kids’ artwork and incorporate it into a thumbnail collage? Seems like it not only archives it forever but also prevents children’s art from taking over your entire house.

 

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3 Responses to “Displaying children’s artwork”

  1. LorI February 23, 2011 at 11:54 am #

    Neat! I love the 2nd to last photo! It’s a great idea!

  2. Becky February 23, 2011 at 2:11 pm #

    I always told my organizing clients to take photos of kids artwork to keep rather than keeping every single bulky and awkward piece, but I never thought of displaying the photos in anything other than an album. I love the thumbnail display idea!!

    • amyswear February 23, 2011 at 2:55 pm #

      Fantastic for those very young, yet oh so prolific artists!

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