Things to Make from Children’s Artwork

So, you have displayed your children’s artwork, rotated and decluttered it and have digitised at least those you love most. If you have missed the two posts explaining how to do all this, have a look here: How you can display children’s artwork and How to digitise and store children’s artwork.

Finally, in this last post of the series, I share some ideas about what things you can make from children’s artwork rather than just throwing the ones you don’t want in the bin.

 

How to Digitise and Store Children’s Artwork

Most children produce a lot of artwork over the years. We can’t put it all on the walls or fill entire shelves with these masterpieces (read in the first part of the series how you can display children’s artwork). So, what can we do to save space and also keep at least the most precious pieces safe? Read in this post how to digitise and store the children’s artwork. The last post of the series finally talks about what things you can make from children’s artwork.

Click here to get to the tips about how to digitise and store the children’s artwork.

How to Display Children’s Artwork

Are you drowning in your children’s artwork? Read in this guest blog series I was invited to write about how you can get more joy out of these masterpieces before we then move on to talking about how to digitise and store the children’s artwork and finally sharing ideas about what things you can make from children’s artwork.

Here is the first post about how to display children’s artwork.

 

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