Do you ever feel you're drowning in children's artwork? It's precious, of course it is, but there is just. so. much. of. it. It can't all be displayed, and it can't all be kept (I have anti-hoarding tendencies).
The prettiest projects that come home from school get displayed on the yarn and binder clip clothesline I rigged up. Then when some new art project shows up, we hang it up in place of an older piece which then moves to the keepsake box in the basement (or the recycle bin).
|Technically, this will be wrapping paper. But the same idea.|
These are a little out-of-date now, but here are some of our Halloween cards:
And a recent birthday card:
And a thank you card:
|Bonus use for Do-A-Dot markers|
And the inside gives Maggie a chance to practice her very favorite skill of tracing letters. Win win!
Next up? Thanksgiving turkeys. I'm thinking coffee filter and markers for the tails.