The best ways to keep your kids’ artwork

Everybody loves the masterpieces their children create. If you have children, there is no need to explain the endless stream of artwork and papers that come through the door. The next thing in your mind is what to do with these art pieces. Are you also thinking about how to keep their artwork? No worries. We are here to make this process easy and simple by providing you some tips. We are going to introduce you to the most fun and innovative ways to display and archive all those artworks. These are simple and straightforward ways to keeping your kids’ artwork at a bay.

Collect & Store

All the artwork needs a place. So first, you need a place to hold and store the papers. These papers might include artwork, school papers, drawings, collages, etc. Decide the place and store anything temporarily that is important to you and your child.

Label & Organize

Use tabbed sheet protectors for this. Make different labels according to the grade of kid. For example Birth-school, preschool, kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, and so on. These tabbed sheet protectors are perfect because the tabs stick out past the other sheet protectors so that you can still see them when your binder is put together. This is a simple and organized way to store all their artworks or drawings.

Add the Artwork & Drawings

Place the artwork, school papers, drawings, etc. into the sheet protector. This is a great time to edit the work that has been sitting in the magazine holder. You can’t keep everything so before keeping anything, make sure if it really is worth keeping. Sometimes, a favorite piece of artwork may be too big to fit into a sheet protector. In such a case, trim it down to fit.

Create a special Art Book

This is a great way for storing, organizing, and sharing your kids’ artistic efforts. You can create a different art book for each child and see how their talent grows over each school year. You can share this artwork with your loved ones and friends.

Make collage posters

This is a special and unique way to display your kids’ artwork in front of others. To create a collage, take your favorite masterpieces and stick them on a hard board. Order it in poster size, frame it, and hang it on the wall for everyone to enjoy year-round. Make one collage per grade level for each child or incorporate a year’s worth of art from all the kids into one poster.

These are some of the special ways to turn your kids’ artwork into valuables. There are much more different ideas to keep your kids’ artwork. So remember whatever you do, you have to find a way to save your child’s artwork. For other special ideas, you can visit our website at www.kidzartistry.com

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