If you can't decide which artwork to hang, the answer may be to opt for a clipboard gallery. Mount several inexpensive clipboards to the wall, and you get a flexible canvas, one that you can update easily whenever the mood strikes you. Or put the control in your kids' hands, and they can launch a new gallery show each week!
Cable Art Display
A cable art display hung at the right height allows either you or your little artist to clip individual works in an eye-catching row. You'll find these in catalogs, though of course it costs less to DIY—and it's super easy.
Recycled Art Magnets
Magnetic Chalkboard Wall
In some homes, built-ins and windows monopolize most of the wall space in the public rooms. In that case, turn unused space in a hallway or stairwell into a magnetic chalkboard—that is, a living gallery where you kids can doodle or hang their creations for everyone to see.
Pillows and Plushies
If you're interested in more kid's projects, consider:
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