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One of my favorite parts of my son's pre-school experience has been the wonderful artwork that he has made. Almost every day, I open his bag and find another beautiful creation.
He is in his fourth year of Mother's Day Out/pre-school and getting ready for kindergarten next fall, but I will always treasure the sweet pieces he made as a little guy.
To save them, I have put all the art from each year in a labeled binder and stored it in a plastic tub.
From the art he has made this year, I have a lot of pieces hanging in my kitchen, on the sides of cabinets and on the refrigerator. I've been wanting to find a better way to display my favorite pieces, and the most current pieces.
After looking around on Pinterest, here are a few good ideas and I'm going to pick one to try.
These frames are hung in a kitchen nook area and use binder clips so the art can be interchangeable. You could take any size or shape frames, paint them all one color (or whatever colors you like) and hang them in a pattern on an empty wall for a .decorhacks.com






























This one may be my favorite. It's just . This can hold quite a few pieces of art and can really jazz up a plain wall.apartmenttherapy.com



This third option is just letters you can buy at any craft store spelling out the word ART and clipboards, which you can usually find at the dollar store, spray painted gray and .adetailedhouse.com



The old saying a place for everything and everything in its place is my mantra. I'm a self-proclaimed neat freak, organizer, labeler and planner. Each week on this blog, I will be sharing a few ideas or projects that are helpful, easy and will hopefully help you simplify some things in your life. If you have any questions or ideas you'd like to share, please email me at leagle@al.com.

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