It can be difficult to part with your child's artwork — you want to cherish every piece, but before you know it, your desks and closets are bombarded with boxes and portfolios full of their mini masterpieces. To help manage the mound of paperwork, we've rounded up eight ways to preserve your budding Picasso's projects. From stuffed toys to lanterns, and everything in between, check out these great ways to take art appreciation to a new level!
With all those crayons, paintbrushes, stickers, and glue sticks, it's no wonder the kiddos' art and craft supplies can easily become a mess. To get this classic trouble spot under control, we're sharing 10 mom-tested organization strategies. Click through to find the best solution for your family!
It's a dilemma that every parent faces — what to do with all of those masterpieces that our kids so lovingly create for us. Hanging onto each and every one would require a dedicated storage room, but tossing them doesn't feel right either. Appoint yourself head curator of your household gallery, and consider turning your kids' artwork into a book, a stuffed animal, or consolidating multiple pieces into an attractive display.
We're happy to share a new post from ediTORIal by Tori Spelling, Tori's daily blog about everything from food and fashion to parenting and relationships. This week, Tori shares some tips on displaying kids' artwork.
Over the years, Dean and I have curated quite the collection of artwork from our kids, and I know all my fellow momistas have many of your own minimasterpieces to exhibit. With the school year around the corner, it's a safe bet that lots of little ones will be adding to their portfolios, and while they might not be ready for the Getty (yet), that's no reason not to display your kids' art with style and creativity. Here are a few ideas on how!
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With the new year comes new resolutions, and for many mamas that means organizing our lives. From clearing the clutter off the kitchen counter to finding ways to get the kids out the door more efficiently each morning, we're dedicating the next few weeks to helping you achieve your goals. With just a few easy steps, this is one resolution you'll be able to cross off your list by the end of the month!
When your child is bringing home dozens of mini masterpieces each week, it can be hard not to feel overwhelmed by the sheer volume of arts and crafts. You don't want to toss your lil one's hard work, but what to do with all that paper? Follow these five easy tips to organize and display your aspiring Picasso's work. You'll love the lack of clutter, and your lil one will know how much you value his creative skills.