Displaying and preserving your children’s art projects can be a challenge. Way too much art and way too little refrigerator space. If you are determined to display each piece of art, before long your home starts to look like a kindergarten classroom. If it breaks your heart (or your child’s heart) to toss out even one piece of precious art read on for some ways to preserve those precious pieces. Continue reading
Cut your child’s initials from a large piece of cardboard gleaned from a box before you place it in your recycle bin. Decoupage the initials with pictures cut from magazines and/or family photos. Hang on your child’s bedroom door, bedroom wall or playroom wall.
Make sure to check all pieces given to children to play with for rough or sharp edges and do not give children anything that is small enough or of a shape that could be inserted into their mouths, ears, noses, etc. That said an old appliance can be a treasure chest for a crafter! Continue reading