I wanted to share some more ideas for displaying artwork besides just framing.
Here's a great picture hanger over at Kirsten*Can. She glued some wooden clothespins to a piece of wood, painted the whole thing red, and hung it in her son's playroom.
Okay. This one is a frame, but it doubles as storage. The Dynamic Artwork Frame opens to store up to 50 other pieces of art. When you are ready for a change in artwork, just open it up, and switch the current framed piece with one in storage. A very nice Artful Parent reader sent this tip a while back, and I have to admit I don't remember who. Sorry!
Cookie magazine's Nesting blog has some more ideas for displaying children's artwork, including the one above. The drawing is mounted in a shadow box lined with colorful fabric. Thanks to Mrs. Bear for sharing the link.
And, here's a fun idea I found on SallyJean's Celebrate February list. She talks about how to make your own postcards in number 13. Scan a work of art and upload it to PsPrint. You can have 50 postcards printed for $15. I'd love to try this with one of Maia's paintings… Or maybe I'll make our next b-day party invitation with postcards.