If you’re a parent and are looking for a solution to all the scribbles your child(ren) give you, do what Erika from Small Shop did and incorporate them with other art to create a gallery wall.
Here Erika framed one of her daughter’s pieces and hung up two more canvases for a color cohesive look.
I honestly thought her daughter’s two far right pieces were created by the same artist who painted the center one. No offense, fancy artist.
If your child is really going to town with the drawings, use them all up to make one large wall of art. Same size and frames for total harmony.
Incorporating your child’s art makes their room feel more personal and frees you from any art searching stress. This is also a sure bet your child feels extra special seeing their art hung up and framed.
A clean and crisp look in a hallway.
Framed children’s art in neon frames make for a way more interesting backsplash.
This method also allows for easily changeable art to showcase a whole new collection.
No more stashing your kid’s art in a drawer. Or feeling guilty for wanting to toss it.