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Buy or DIY: Easy Ways to Display & Store Kids’ Artwork

updated Feb 24, 2019
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With the school year upon us, many households are about to be brightened up by an influx of their youngest occupants’ art. But what do you do with all of it? I have always sheepishly referred to my car as “the gallery,” as art projects tend to accumulate there after school pickup. But no more! This year I’ll be implementing some of these great ideas to store and display my kids’ art.

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Rotating Art Display (Image credit: Apartment Therapy)


1. Rotating Art Display: a homemade art display using bull clips

2. Easy Swap-In/Swap-Out Frames: a tutorial using sheet magnets

3. Changeable Kids Art Frame Wall: diy project using binder clips to hang art inside of frames

4. DIY Frame with Storage: an inexpensive cardboard frame that also holds an archive of artwork

5. Clean and simple: inexpensive round magnets used to create a clean, uniform art display


6. Dignitet by IKEA: a curtain hanging system with an alternate use for displaying children’s artwork

7. L’il Davinci Frames: a product to help you quickly and easily swap in new artwork

8. Keepy: a new platform for digitally storing children’s art and mementoes with the ability to add voice descriptions and audio praise from family and friends

9. Artkive App: an app for digital storing your children’s little masterpieces

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