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What are 5 creative things I could do with my kids' art? I don't want to throw them away, but it's a

Updated: Dec 10, 2023




Absolutely, preserving your kids' art while also minimizing clutter can be a fun and creative endeavor. Here are five ideas for what you can do with your kids' art:


  • Art Collage: Create a beautiful collage using snippets of your kids' artwork. Cut out interesting shapes, colors, and patterns, then arrange and glue them onto a canvas or a large piece of sturdy paper. This collage can be a wonderful representation of their artistic journey over time.


  • Art Book or Portfolio: Compile the artwork into a scrapbook, binder, or folder. Organize the pieces by date or theme, and let your kids help with the arrangement. This way, they have a personal art portfolio that's easy to store and look through.


  • Digitize and Create a Slideshow: Take photos of the artwork and create a digital slideshow or presentation. Add captions or descriptions that your kids provide to explain their creations. You can play this slideshow during family gatherings or even turn it into a personalized screensaver for your devices.


  • Transform Art into Useful Items: Scan or photograph the artwork and turn it into practical items like personalized calendars, mugs, tote bags, or puzzles. Websites and services can help you customize these items with your kids' art, creating both functional and sentimental pieces.


  • Art Rotations and Displays: Designate a prominent wall or a rotating display area in your home where you can showcase a few pieces of their artwork at a time. Change the displayed pieces periodically to keep it fresh and meaningful. This way, their creations get their time in the spotlight without overwhelming your space.


NOTE: involving your kids in the decision-making process can make these ideas even more enjoyable. They can help choose which pieces to feature, assist with the creation of collages or digital presentations, and even suggest their own unique ideas.



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