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    28 Charming Ways To Use Your Kids' Art As Decor

    Kids aren't the only ones who can get crafty around here.

    1. Turn their scribbles into colorful magnets.

    2. Install an oversized cork board for them to decorate with their creations.

    3. Create a collage of their favorite pieces from a certain period of time.

    4. Hang clipboards to create a constantly changing exhibit.

    5. Put their drawings in frames and display them as a group.

    Here is a great guide for perfectly planning a gallery wall.

    6. Or go for a more polished look by hanging matching frames in rows.

    7. You can even leave frames empty for your little ones to hang what they're most proud of.

    8. Hang string with thumbtacks and use clothespins to put their work on display.

    9. Or get these adorably oversized clothes pins.

    Artwork that is a big deal deserves a big clothespin. You can order a personalized version here for $22.

    10. Hanging vertically gives each kid their own place to shine.

    11. Turn their doodles into decor.

    12. Collect their many masterpieces into a bound book.

    13. Or keep things digital by downloading a scrapbook app.

    14. Take photos of the work so you can get rid of the clutter, but not the memories.

    15. Combine chicken wire and an empty frame to create a rustic hanging space.

    16. You can also build your own frame and string yarn across it.

    17. Turn a curtain rod into an artist's display case.

    The one pictured is from Ikea for $12.99. You can also add that Pablo Picaso quote decal to ~jazz~ things up. You can get it here for $24.99.

    18. Transfer their big drawings onto tiny canvases for decorating your desk or bookshelf.

    19. Turn their doodles into dolls.

    20. Turn clippings of their art into a decorative mosaic.

    21. Put pants hangers to use in the living room by hanging your favorite pieces.

    22. Install magnetic displays for no hassle hanging.

    23. Create delightful greeting cards from their best scribbles.