Nifty·May 21, 201815 Really Cute Ways To Show Off Your Kid's ArtTurn their doodles into magnets with a bit of polymer glue.by Emily ShwakeBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Stick magnets on the backs of photo frames to make their art look neat on the fridge. thewayweare.co Spray-paint the frame, then glue on magnets. Leave the backing off the frame to easily switch out the art. Get the tutorial here. 2. Glue a frame to a box so you have storage and a frame all in one. ikeahackers.net Cut a slot out of the skinny side of the box, and glue a light photo frame to the front. Once it's dry, hang it up! Get the tutorial here. Get three of these boxes from Amazon for $19.99 and six frames for $39.99. 3. Or raid your closet for clip hangers to save money on frames. blog.honest.com Paint the hangers and use stickers to label each with their names. Get the tutorial here. 4. Rub doodles onto polymer clay to make silly magnets. thisheartofmineblog.com Lay the drawing face-side down onto a flat piece of clay and rub the paper with the back of a spoon. Check to see if the image has transferred before you peel it off. Bake the clay and then glue it onto a magnet. Get the tutorial here. 5. Clip clothespins to an embroidery loop to save wall space. theclassroomcreative.com / Via instagram.com Use washi tape to decorate the clips. Get the tutorial here. 6. Hang curtain wire to easily clip up their most recent paintings. brit.co Just mount the wires and hang their favorites. Get the tutorial here. Get the curtain wire from Amazon for $6.82. 7. Scan their paintings and shrink them down a few sizes to make a collaged poster. simpleasthatblog.com Carefully Photoshop each piece and arrange them on a grid. Get the tutorial (and the layout above) here. 8. Frame the art that color coordinates, then arrange them into a gallery wall. mondocherry.blogspot.com Plan out your gallery wall by taping your artworks in place before framing them to make sure everything is properly spaced. Get the tutorial here. 9. Prop a DIY chalkboard on an easel so you can switch out the art on the regular. blog.honest.com Cover a heavyweight mat in chalkboard paint and write the date or give it a cute caption. Get the tutorial here. 10. For irregular shaped artworks, remove the back of the frame altogether. thediymommy.com Make blank space your friend. Get the tutorial here. 11. Spray-paint clipboards to give your art wall a uniform look. cleanandscentsible.com Pre-drill holes in the corners of the clipboards, then screw them into place. Get the tutorial here. 12. Upload pictures to a digital frame to keep a subtle slideshow on a side table, or even at your desk. theorganisedhousewife.com.au You'll never have to worry about losing any of their art because it'll all be saved on the memory card! Get the tutorial here. Get the frame from Amazon for $59.99. 13. Keep all of their coloring in a classy coffee table book. paisleepress.com This photo book has customizable layouts and a bunch of adorable designs to choose from. Get the tutorial here.Get it from Shutterfly for $15.99+ (available in six sizes and four cover style options). 14. Glue on pretty borders to give the art a border without putting them in an actual frame. designimprovised.com Use poster putty to hang the art up. Get the tutorial here. 15. And pin the art up on a cork board so that adding their newest masterpiece to the mix is a breeze. younghouselove.com Install a whole cork board wall or just hang up a bulletin board. Get the tutorial here.