{Inspiration} Kids artwork

by Katrina - The Organised Housewife

The past few day’s I have shown you what I do with my kids artwork.  Today I am sharing some wonderful and inspiring images I have found that motivated me to create our wall of artwork.

View more storing kids artwork ideas:

Part 1: Create a wall gallery

Part 2: Scan onto a digital photo frame

Part 3:  Hang Drawings or Words of Wisdom

Kids artwork Galleries

Great idea from seven cherub using a photo board to display drawings

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Do you have a wall of artwork?

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12 comments

Claire @ Claire K Creations October 29, 2011 - 10:29 AM

I love framed kids artwork. There are so many ways to present it! Much nicer than the old magnet on the fridge.

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DebLovesBeingHome October 29, 2011 - 10:53 AM

What delightful ideas. We moved in to our new (to us) home this past July. And now have a FAMILY room. I’ve saved artwork from my three youngest children and now have a SLEW of ideas for what to do with a few of their pieces. Thanks so much! Check out my blog: http://www.TitusTwoFriends.blogspot.com for some of MY articles.

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Robyn October 29, 2011 - 5:44 PM

These are so cool. Definitely going to do something like this in my Son’s activity room.

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Donna_73 October 29, 2011 - 5:47 PM

I have a fridge of art, a floor of art, rooms of art. Everywhere is overflowing with art. I love these ideas and will be putting some of them into practice very soon! Cheers, Donna

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Erin October 29, 2011 - 6:12 PM

I have done the good old blu tack on the wall. Not as nice as some of these but more within our budget . . .
Love the idea of the clipboards the best.

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Annabell March 4, 2013 - 8:40 PM

Just framed my daughters artwork from school and it looks amazing, no need to buy artwork when I can get the kids to do it for me 🙂

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jubjub August 7, 2013 - 12:37 PM

I’d really love some ideas on how to store artwork as opposed to how to display it. I’d like to keep examples of my kids artwork at the various developmental stages for them to look back on when they are adults. I’d like to be able to keep it neat, tidy and safe – and preferably in chronological order – throughout the years and maybe hand over to them at their 30th birthday when I know they are more likely to treasure having these memories in their possession. Does anyone have some great ideas for this? Oh, and I’d rather keep original artwork of all shapes and sizes rather than scans or photographs of the items. Thanks in anticipation of some great ideas!

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Jenice December 28, 2017 - 11:48 AM

I have one box for each child. I am actually running out of space so I am planning on doing a file cabinet that way I can labelthe age they made it at

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Sascha Wardlaw August 7, 2013 - 2:55 PM

My child is at 4yo kinder but for his 3yo kinder year I took a photo of all the work he did and made a book using Snapfish for the years work. I am doing the same for this year. It looks great and I don’t feel guilty throwing work and constructions away as I have a photo!! For school I am planning on making a Portfolio photo book with a bit of everything in it, including a few blank pages to paste writing in etc.

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LJayne August 7, 2013 - 7:57 PM

I have 3 strings on my long kitchen wall, one for each child. Everything goes up there and as it gets full, I take down the oldest stuff, save the very very best and recycle the rest. It sounds harsh but by the time the string is full, they aren’t seeing the oldest bits anyway and my youngest, in particular, produces mountains of artwork because she’s at that stage.

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Sharma February 24, 2017 - 10:27 PM

Thank you for such wonderful tips.

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