Peter Walsh holds up a Snapfish bound book of kids' art projects. "Take digital shots of your child's art work, then upload them to 'Snapfish' to make a picture book. You COULD then toss the piles of artwork, but save the book.
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Designate a spot in your home where your kids can hang the art they create. It's much better to display their art than to piling it in a drawer or in a cabinet. And think to rotate the piece of art regularly. Your kids will be proud displayed artists!
Frames filled with cork board for kids artwork and writings- instead of pinning on fridge, hang on the wall and have constant changing wall art! Love this idea.great idea for a single cork board in kids rooms too!
There’s only one piece of kids furniture that’ll clear the clutter—a bookcase! The Land of Nod’s exclusive lineup of kids bookcases features tons of styles for the playroom or workspace. Each piece has ample room to hold their favorite toys, books and
A lego wall. Add this to my fun wall ideas. So one wall will have chalkboard paint, another dry erase, now a lego wall. Now I just need a felt wall for felt play and a magnetic wall. I saw this neat project somewhere about a ball track on a magnet wall.