Two Ways To Display Children's Art

Two Ways To Display Children's Art

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Carrie McBride
Feb 8, 2011

We love seeing homes where kids' artwork is framed and given a place of honor on the wall, but then there is that seemingly daily artwork that accumulates. Heidi, a "die hard budget decorator" came up with two solutions for displaying her children's artwork on a rotating basis. The first, shown above, was to paint and hang magnetic cookie sheets on the wall. Then she decided to switch it up…

Now she's painted the wall with undercoats of magnetic paint covered with stylish stripes making the entire wall fair game for hanging artwork, bills or mail. She notes that it's been a great way to avoid cluttering up her counters.

If you're interested in trying either of these projects in your home, head over to Budget Wise Home to see more photos, details and tips. You can find the cookie sheet method here and the magnetic paint method here.

(Via: Someday Crafts. Images: Budget Wise Home)

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