looking forward to...

4.11.2011

... being able to decorate my house with Collins' (and hopefully other's) artwork one day!


our home

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here


here as seen here

How do you display your children's artwork?

10 comments:

Katie @ Noodle and Boof said...

so fun! love all the colorful pieces!

paula said...

love these! I did have them all hanging by a cord, but lately ellie has been taping her's to the wall and I rather like it.

Dina said...

Have you seen on some blogs (never bookmarked them and kicking myself now!) links to where they make one large poster-like of several images of their own's children's art? I'm probably not explaining myself right but hopefully you know what I mean....it's really cool and a great way to display all of them at once.

Melissa Richie said...

I love this post! What great ideas - I'm tucking them away. As of now, Vale's artwork is taped on the door to her room. Nothing special, but we love to look at it!

LLH Designs said...

I love all of these neat and tidy ways, but I have three rows of twine attached to the wall with cute Anthropologie drawer pulls, and the girls use clothespins to hang their art clothesline style. Easy to change and rotate that way.

xo,
Linsey

Catherine Johnson said...

Love these! Nothing says "home" like children's artwork. I pin my 4-year-old daughter's artwork to a very large corkboard in our family room (ballard designs' madison corkboard). She can pin work she is especially proud of by herself (which she loves to do!).

Melissa @ Veranda Interiors said...

My sister has her favorite images from her children framed in beautiful gold gilt frames all over her living room...I adore it. Once the collecting starts I plan on having a 'gallery' up in one of the hallways in the home. xo

designchic said...

There is nothing cuter. I still have my 25 year old daughter's finger painted hands framed in my half bath...just love it!!

Holly Mathis Interiors said...

i love these too especially number 2...and janell's is amazing..isnt it so sophisticated looking on that moody wall color..she is a genius...one good pointer i got onmy blog about kid art is to let them do one color a day to keep the colors from mixing together..good idea!

Katelyn Miller said...

I just found your blog from two ellie :) It is great! I love decorating with children's art....they are so uninhibited and creative.

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