Preserve Your Child’s Artwork With Tips From Parenting Reporter Donna Tetreault
January 28, 2014 12:35 PM
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STUDIO CITY (KCAL9) — Donna Tetreault, parenting reporter for SuperMommyNot.com, stopped by KCAL9 Tuesday to show different ways to preserve and display a child’s artwork.
- Hang art from a drapery bar for a more formal look. You can display beautiful art pieces in a dining room or living room.
- Or create your own “hanging art” bar to be displayed in a kid’s room or play-room. You can use “school” materials.
- The “hanging art” bars allow you to switch out artwork as children grow and create more. You can display new art anytime!
- Materials for Kids’ room or Play-room “Hanging Art” bar:
- Two yard sticks glued together (on top of each other)
- Rulers and/or protractors glued onto yard sticks
- Colored rubber bands and paper-clips glued onto rulers/protractors
- Adhesive to put it onto the wall
- Convert art into place mats.
- Take art into a Staples or Kinkos and have them laminate it for you onto a foam core board.
- Art is photographed, scanned into smaller versions and put into books that you can have forever — they are great for coffee table books and gifts for grandparents.
- You can do this at scribblepress.com.
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