My son’s creative bug is on the rise. Not a day can pass without me wanting to display something he has created. I’m excited that his visual mind is working overtime. To encourage it, I needed a way to display his artwork that I could also change out easily. Therefore, this DIY children’s art display was born. Under fifteen dollars, super easy, and the best part, just pin and go!
- 12″ or 18″ wooden embroidery loop
- clothes pins
- washi tape rolls or washi tape paper (pictured below)
- glue gun
Washi tape comes in many different colors and patterns. This is what I used to cover the clothes pins.
- Cover clothes pins with washi tape. I alternated three tapes.
- Use a pencil to evenly mark and space out the clothes pins.
- Glue clothes pins on with a glue gun.
- Hang your child’s beautiful artwork!
I have more than one child so I am off to create another art display for my #2!
We also has these fun organizational binder clips in great colors!
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