- Arts and Design
How to Display Kids' Art
Are you at a loss trying to figure out what to do with all of your kid’s artwork? My two girls draw me pictures all day long; I sometimes get 10 to 20 drawings a day! One thing I always remember to do when my kids draw something for me is to put their name on it and the date. I then ask them to give the drawing a name and I write it on the edge near the date. It’s fun to hear what names they come up with for their drawings – sometimes they are very long and I have to coax them to think of something else.
I had been at a loss for a while trying to decide what to do with it all. Now that I found this dynamic frame it is so much easier to keep it all tidy AND display the latest creations! When the frame fills up, I go through everything in it and determine what to keep and what to toss.
Kids Art Frames
Trying to figure out what to keep and what to toss is hard. I want to be able to look back and see how they progress with age and I want to be able to have some childhood memories for them to look at when they grow up. I have a hard time throwing any of their creations away. I have to keep reminding myself of all the years worth of art I have yet to receive, so a good sampling is all I need to keep each year. I love to display their art and the Dynamic Frame by Li’l Davinci makes it super easy to display, store and organize. Plus, I always have a masterpiece on display!
Easily Change Artwork Frame
Just lift the latch to open the glass front door and place the newest painting, drawing or photograph into the pocket. Up to 50 pieces can be stored behind the displayed masterpiece. This is a great way to easily and quickly display the latest piece of art from your DaVinci for all to see. The frame can be hung horizontally or vertically. If you have kids who love to draw and paint pictures for you, this frame is essential!