Home & Decor

Got Kids? Then you’ve got art!

We spend so much time and money looking for that perfect piece for above the sofa or that special little vignette, that we sometimes overlook the best and often cheapest artwork ever.  Kid’s masterpieces!

Tap into children’s untainted creativity and frame those little works of art.  You can matte and frame several “pieces” in similar or matching frames and group together on a wall.

Tip: items on a light background look best with a dark matte and frame, whereas those on a dark background are more versatile and can look good with light or dark framing.

Or try a different type of montage wherein you group several works in one large frame.  This works great for those smaller abstract pieces and presents them with greater impact.

If the artwork is large enough, it can just be framed and used standalone.

Either way, you get a unique and original work of art on the cheap AND your kid(s) (godchildren, nieces, nephews, neighbors, etc) feel like AWESOME little Picassos!  It’s a win-win!  

Do you have any unique ways you have or would like to use children’s art in your decor?  Please share, I’d love to hear your ideas!

 

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