I don't know why, but as much as I love my kids being creative, I can't stand that typical easel we all seem to have. It's always in the way! But no problem — a wall easel is a great solution, and you can make it yourself with some ease. Inspired by a $160 piece from Ballard Designs that was a bit out of her price range, blogger Becky of Infarrantly Creative created this wall-mounted easel. Using a bit of paint, some MDF, shelves found for free, a good drill, and a bit of time, she made a really nice addition so the kids can be creative on a wall. What small kid doesn't like to draw on the wall!?
Severine is a Montreal-based electronic music composer and writer. Mother of two super heroes, she can be spotted roaming around the many local festivals, running after these small city defenders.
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