If you're like me, you probably have a lot of kids' art floating around. My kids love to create art. They make it at school, they make it at home, and one of my kiddos, in particular, can rarely be found without a piece of paper and a pen.
So what do you do with your budding Picaso's artwork? Well, here's one solution.
Create a rotating kids' art gallery wall like this one in our loft/play area/soon-to-be mom's home office. ;-)
You don't have to spend a lot of money either. To create this wall, I simply purchased a number of 8x10 wood frames from the dollar store. I actually check for wood frames every time I'm at the dollar store - they don't always have them, but when they do, I stock up. Then I sprayed painted the frames black to give the wall a uniform feel.
I chose a few of my favorite works of art from each of the kiddos and placed them in the frames. Then hung the frames on the wall in a grid pattern. That's was it!