Hanging Your Child’s Artwork? Here’s a Great Way to Show it Off

If you’re like me, you have tons of drawings and paintings from preschool and the early elementary school years. Even if your kid is in high school, like mine, it’s tough to just trash those early masterpieces. That’s why I was jazzed to discover the Lil Davinci® Art Cabinet. A set of four art-cabinet frames (18 X 24, 12 X 18, 9 X 12 and 8.5 X 11) usually costs $153.80, but it’s on sale now at DynamicFrames.com for $139.85.

Even at the sale price, that’s not cheap. But the frames swing open, allowing you to change the art as often as you want. Wouldn’t this be a great way to brighten up a wall in your home?

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2 Responses to “Hanging Your Child’s Artwork? Here’s a Great Way to Show it Off”

  1. Cindy says:

    I’m surfing around your site, and while a week or so late, wanted to say I got three frames like this (one for each kid) last year for Christmas. I love them! I use them to display good tests, report cards, pictures from school, etc. And, no matter what it is, the item looks great and extra special in a mat and frame.

    It also solves a lot of the “I want to keep it” problems. The boys know they get to have one thing on display, and whatever was there before gets “burried” in the frame. (I think it holds something like 50 pages.) Then, the decision to archive in their scrapbooks or the circular file is left up to me when they’re not around.

  2. Kathy says:

    Cindy, I love the way you do this! So smart. I didn’t realize you could put THAT much behind the frame. You are such a creative mom, and I love the idea that you use these frames for report cards and all sorts of cool stuff! thanks for sharing.