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  • Lori Low

    Kid art display - scan in kid art shrink to small size arrange on one large poster size, print, and frame

  • Meagan Fouty Brancato

    Holiday gifts | Personalised gift ideas | goop.com -- Child's Art collage

  • Katie Larsen

    scan kid artwork and make a large poster print to frame. Interesting idea

  • Anne Dewvall

    Great idea - miniaturize a child's art creations, print, and display them in gridded format in a poster frame.

  • FastFrame of LoDo

    Here is a great idea from Canvas Press. Many parents save stacks of their children's school art projects. If it is difficult to choose a few pieces to display, show all of them! Simply scan the art and have your framer cut a multi-opening mat to accommodate them. Then add an appropriate custom frame.

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