This post has not been vetted or endorsed by BuzzFeed's editorial staff. BuzzFeed Community is a place where anyone can create a post or quiz. Try making your own!Buzz·Posted on Dec 10, 201516 Awesome Ways To Display Student WorkDone with bulletin boards that take hours and an interior design degree to pull off? Show off kid art and writing instead. By WeAreTeachers. Visit us at weareteachers.com.by WeAreTeachersCommunity ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Colorful Clothesline artful-kids.com Two wooden end pieces, string and clothespins. Brilliant! 2. Squares of Color artful-kids.com Paint colorful squares and rectangles (add inspiring words if you like) to serve as mats for children's artwork. 3. Folding Screen Display espanol.babycenter.com Glass panels make it easy to change your display as often as you'd like. 4. Clip Gallery the-idea-spot.blogspot.com Metal clips hot-glued to painted strips of wood. Quick and easy! 5. Color-Matched Frames buzzfeed.com Grab a few frames from the secondhand store, spray-paint them all the same color, and voilà! 6. Natural Elements buzzfeed.com Wire an interesting tree branch to the ceiling, then use raffia or twine to hang pictures vertically. 7. Clear Pocket Pages pinterest.com Change out images easily with these handy pockets. 8. Clear Page-Protector Sheets carlemuseum.org Connect clear page protectors with metal fasteners for another adaptable display. 9. Clipboard Display pinterest.com Spray-paint clipboards a matching color, mount to the wall and you're ready to go! 10. Wooden Clip Hangers artfulparent.com Paint the wooden part of a clip hanger, mount it on the wall and you have a lovely display. 11. Scrabble Board Display buzzfeed.com The great thing about this display is you only have to put up the letters once, and then you can change out the student work with each unit to keep it fresh. 12. Wood and Wire Via lizmarieblog.com Stretch wire between two eyehole screws mounted into stained wood plank. 13. Metallic Magnet Board Via spaceshipsandlaserbeams.com Grab a piece of sheet metal from your local hardware store, wrap the edges with duct tape to hide the sharp edges, and display art with your favorite magnets. 14. Animal/Shape Clips Via naptimecraftmommy.blogspot.com Hot-glue painted wooden cut-outs (found at your local craft store) to clothespins, then mount clothespins on a strip of 1x2. Attach to the wall and you're ready to display kids' work. 15. Room Divider Via ealt.ca Teach at a school without walls? Use the room dividers as a beautiful art display. 16. Hanging Yardstick Via babble.com Yardstick, yarn and clamp clips with the handles pointed down. Easy art mobile!Like this post? See more WeAreTeachers at our site, on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.