There is no shortage of artwork once a lil one starts school. From abstract drawings to first attempts at creating stick figures, kids love to put pencil (or paint, or crayon) to paper.

When a standout piece of artwork comes through the door, don't just stick it on the refrigerator — turn it into decor. Carpetzz takes masterpieces and converts them into rugs in whatever shape and size mom requests. Handmade from New Zealand wool that is guaranteed free of child labor, the carpets are dyed to match the colors in the artwork and tufted by hand in Germany to follow the original design. Pile heights can also vary to show depth and distance. The entire process takes about 10 weeks and costs approximately $185 per square meter. Do you preserve your child's artwork?