Art
Jackie Boucher
Dec 23, 2010

Oscar Wilde said "Art is the most intense mode of individualism that the world has known." Not only have we rounded up the best of the best posted right here April to July of this year, but we've included 2 solutions for dealing with the best of all that kid artwork you've been hanging on to and thrown in a "How to" for good measure. Time to go get your individualism on.

Top Row:
1. City Prints on Etsy — Roundup
2. Recycled Wooden Signs by William Dohman
3. Vintage-Style Superhero Posters by Michael Myers
4. Making Hangable Kid Art: A Soft Approach to Mondrian — How to
5. 6 Ways To Create Wall Graphics On A Budget

Bottom Row:
6. Framed Airplane Wall Art
7. Artwork to Encourage Reading — Roundup
8. Quilt-Inspired Wall Art
9. Rotating Art Display
10. Simply Create — Etsy Find

(Images: See linked posts for full image credits.)

Welcome to Ohdeedoh's end-of-year roundup! We are rounding up some of our favorite (and your favorite) posts from the last year. We are also shaking out our reader mailbag and sharing readers rooms, parties and good questions.
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