May 14, 2014

Wednesday Wish List {children's art wall}

Happy Wednesday friends!!
 
Hope your are having a great week!!
 
Today I am sharing something that is constantly on my mind and
 
something that just never makes it on to my ever growing "To Do" list.
 
I adore all the lovely art work my daughter comes home with and
 
although some art work is better than others I really wish I could find
 
a unique and beautiful way to display them all....
 
I've thought about framing all of them, well the really good one's at least....
 
But then here is a photo of just this month's "good" art work....
 
 
 
Embarrassing for sure!! And framing all of these beauties is not
 
happening!! Thank goodness for a broken printer sitting on my
 
desk for all the over flowing art work!!
 
So now is the time for action!! Time to make this item
 
on my wish list a reality!!
 
Here are a few really interesting and fun ways to display your child's art
 
work neatly and without making it look like a big fat mess
 
tacked up miscellaneously on the wall!!
 
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My mind is racing thinking of just the right way to tackle this project!
 
What is your favorite way to display your child's art work?
 
I'd love to hear your suggestions!!
 
 
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