3 Ways To Store and Display Your Child's Artwork

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Do you have a little artist at home and are trying to figure out what to do with all their creations? Here are our favorite methods for storing our child's art:

1. File Storage Bin

A file storage bin is the simplest way to store and keep your child's art organized. I organized my child's art by age, but you could also do it by grade. When they're done, but not ready to throw it away, have them drop it in the file. Revisit the file once every few months and see what they are ready to part with. 

Pro-Tip: Use different colored file folders for each age to make it easier to find later.

Bonus: This is also a great way to store and organize school papers. 

2. Binder

Because some of my child's creations were just too amazing and I couldn't imagine tossing them out. I created a binder to store my favorite masterpieces. This only works well with drawings and paintings and the paper would have to be standard letter size. 

It's a great way to see how your child's art progressed over the years and more convenient to look through than a file doler. Plus it protects the art!

Pro-Tip: Use dividers to separate the ages and to avoid hole punching, use clear plastic sleeves

3. Wall Art Display

Previously, I shared how we made an interchangeable art display for our wall so our child could display some of her favorite pieces for everyone to see, which you can read about here.

Pro-Tip: Remember to write the age or date on the back incase you decide to file it away for later.

Leave a comment below sharing how you store your child's art!