Displaying and Storing Children's Art

Displaying and Storing Children's Art

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Janie Lee
Oct 14, 2009

If you have a little Picasso at home, you'll appreciate this great idea for displaying and storing his artwork. Maya of MayaMade came up with this great DIY frame. Jump below to find out how to make it.

You'll need to find a well-sized shallow cardboard box such as a cereal box or priority mailer box. Carefully disassemble the box, cut out an area for the frame, decorate it and re-assemble. You'll have a great place to display your favorite artwork and enough space behind to store the rest! Check out detailed instructions of how Maya made this at Bloesem Kids.

Image: Bloesem Kids

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