Does your child create lots of artwork at kindy, school or at home? What do you do with it and how do you display favourite pieces?
Here are five ideas:
1. Frame it
Even a 2 year old's artwork looks great in an IKEA frame and mount
Transform artwork by putting it into a simple frame with a mount. Even a toddler's creations can look very impressive displayed this way.
2. Hang it
If you have a lot of pictures and want to be able to display some for a short time and change over easily, try mounting a wire on the wall with clips. The clips can slide along the wire to fit any size of picture and the artwork can be changed over in a flash.
Wire and clips from IKEA
3. Transform it
Artwork can be scanned in and printed onto just about anything at a photo shop. Try notebooks or mugs for Grandparent presents or a melamine plate to use at home.
You could laminate a picture to make a cheap and easy toddler placemat.
Toddler placemat work of art
4. Scan and Slideshow
If you have lots of pictures that you're reluctant to throw out but have nowhere to store, try a digital photo frame. Take photographs of each piece of artwork then upload to the photo frame. Play on slideshow mode to get a new picture every minute!
5. Stick it on the fridge
Fridgi magnetic frames are a great way to display artwork on the fridge
Try magnetic photo frames to stick up a mini work of art on your fridge neatly. Fridgi has a great range.