How to creatively display your children’s artwork


Photo/Dynamic Frames

Do you have your children’s artwork on the refrigerator or pinned to a corkboard because you’re not sure how else to display them? It’s definitely a lot faster to pin up on a clipboard than to spend time displaying inside a traditional frame.  Well, you can unclutter your fridge and declutter your walls with some new and creative ideas for displaying your child’s artwork. The first picture shows the Li’l Davinci® Artwork Frames from Dynamic Frames, which are designed like a shadow box and make switching out your child’s artwork fast and easy, and it looks great too!  No push pins or magnets required!


Photo/Kid’s Wood Works

This personalized artwork hanger from Kid’s Wood Works is very cute and has built in clips to hang your child’s fun art projects.  The clips make it easy to change the artwork as frequent as you’d like. 


Photo/Hearthsong

My Art Place Hanging Gallery  is the perfect art display organizer for your children to hang their own artwork and feel proud!  You could even use this in the living spaces and have one gallery to display all artwork, or, if you have the space, have one hanging gallery per child all lined up!  Each window has an opening in the back to change out the artwork as often as you or your child would like. 

Now you can get your children’s artwork organized and ready for display.  Which one is your favorite idea?

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Jacquie Ross is a professional organizer, a Certified Life and Family Coach and award winning owner of CastAway the Clutter! A busy person's expert, Jacquie works with professionals, seniors, empty nesters and families to develop strategies to reach their goals, identify any road blocks, and find more meaning in their lives. Learn more about Jacquie’s life coaching and parent/youth/family coaching here at the CastAway the Clutter Blog, and for organizing services, visit CastAway the Clutter! Jacquie can also be found on Facebook
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16 Responses to How to creatively display your children’s artwork

  1. Julie M. says:

    Great post! These are great ideas!!!

  2. melissa says:

    Oh, I love this. We have my daughters art work scattered throughout my house. This would be great!

  3. Those are some great ideas! The 2nd one is my favorite.

  4. great ideas – funny I planned on doing a similar post soon myself on how we display our kids artwork!

  5. Marina says:

    I actually love the dunamic frames.Think I should invest in one of those!

  6. I like the personalized artwork hanger. That way you can display any size or shape artwork and there is room for multiple children to display their creations.

    • Jacquie says:

      Yes. Felissa. Having multiple slots for artwork at different sizes is a lot more flexible and affordable than the other two. Thanks for sharing.

  7. All of those are great ideas!

  8. I love the lil davinci artwork frames- they look so nice and you can change out the artwork from time to time!

  9. Kelly says:

    What great ideas! I can’t wait until my little guy is making art for us to display 🙂
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  10. Carolyn says:

    Love the ideas here – I came upon an interior designer’s take on this issue and she had some good ideas as well: http://jordanguidedesign.com/blog/Interior%20Design/childrens-artwork-display-ideas/

    A company I started has a slightly different take on it – we take your piles of artwork and turn it into elegant coffee-table books. All the artwork is returned with your book and you can display it in some of these great ideas above. Come visit us if you’re interested – http://www.plumprint.com!

  11. Carrie says:

    The top one is my favorite, but all of them are great ideas!

  12. I really love the idea of hanging them on the door. When my daughter was little, she used to draw constantly. We had paper, crayons, markers, scissors all over the place! I sort of miss those days now 🙂 You have such wonderful ideas! One way we organized her things was by putting them in a portfolio (2 poster boards stapled together).
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    • Jacquie says:

      Thanks for your tip for using a portfolio to store artwork. There are so many creative ways to display your child’s artwork without spending a lot of money.