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Creative Ways to Hang your Kids’ Art Creations

Looking for a creative way to display your kids’ masterpieces? Check out these fun ideas so you can showcase everything from colorful doodles to finger paintings alongside the rest of your decor!

1. Cork Board Wall

An industrial look, this textured backdrop is the perfect space to pin up all your little one’s latest designs!

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2. Old Cabinets

Even old hardware can be completely refurbished into art destinations! All you need are a few decorative touches and you’re good to go.

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3. Thrifted Frames

Another inexpensive alternative to framing your art is… using different types of frames! Find a few from your local thrift store to paint and distribute along the wall. Soon your kids will have a gallery space all their own!

4. Clothespins and Twine

Not only is this craft unbelievably simple, but it also looks adorable with your children’s masterpieces attached! Try one strand above your furniture, or a few along an empty wall.

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6. Ribbons

Check out this idea from a previous BoomBoom DIY project! Ribbon can be an elegant tool for properly showing off the work of your mini-artists.

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5. Clipboards

No matter if you decide to add paint or leave them plain, clipboards can be the perfect touch-up to a simple home. You will also love how easily the designs slide in and out!

 

7. Wall Decals

Add bright decals for a fun, whimsical change to your wall! Your kids’ art pieces will meld well alongside the equally vibrant framing.

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8. Clothes Hangers

Simple and effective, you’ll wonder why you never thought of it before! Hangers can showcase all shapes and sizes of art, and they even add an element of eclecticism.

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Do you have any unique ways to hang your kids’ homemade designs? Share them in the comments below!

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BBP Artist Webinar: How to Make Your Art Stand Out

Covering everything from artwork descriptions to your artist profile, we discuss the best ways for you to stand out from the BoomBoom Prints crowd. Take a look:

A few things that are discussed, but easier to remember written out:

Things to think about including in an artwork description:

What is it?

What story does it tell?

What inspired it?

How was it created?

What color is it?

What emotion does it evoke?

Who would buy it?

Where would it go in a house?

 

Things to considered adding to your artist profile:

Who are you?

How did you get into art?

When did you start creating art?

What do you like to do outside of art?

What inspires you?

Where do you live?

Do you have kids? Pets?

Any fun facts?