16 Ways to Display Your Childs Artwork [easy]


Here are 16 ways to Display your child’s artwork from Tip Junkie readers on how you can display your child’s artwork.  If your house is anything like mine, you’re being inundated with Christmas and holiday masterpieces made by your kiddos. Naturally, we want to eliminate the clutter but also give our little Rembrandt’s proper credit for their hard work.

In case you’re new here, “Hi!  I’m Laurie” and Tip Junkie has thousands of craft and DIY tutorials, most with pictured tutorials.  You can always type any word or topic into the search bar if you’re looking for more ideas on what to make or sew with step-by-step instructions. {wink}

Do you have a great child’s artwork display tutorial?  If so, share it on Facebook and tag @TipJunkie or Instagram using #TipJunkie so I can feature you and inspire fellow Tip Junkie’s with your fabulous idea.  I will always give proper credit as I’m all about promoting creative women!  {squeal in delight}

Quirky Momma shows you how to make a child’s art display so you can easily change out artwork.

How To Display Your Child’s Artwork

1. Poppy’s at Play children’s art board
2. Hang your child’s artwork inside the painted area from Queen of Theme
3. Rachel painted the side of her fridge with chalkboard paint
4. Not so Fast’s tip is to frame your child’s art on the fridge.


Children’s Art Walls

5. Colorful Kisses art wall window
6. Little Birdie Secrets submitted her child’s art board
7. Camp Cissell shared her Magnetic paint stripe to showcase artwork
8. Frame artwork and create an entire wall *Update: Blog link is no longer available


Magnet Boards

9. shabby chic magnet board *Update: Blog link is no longer available
10. Enchantresses 3 transformed a tray into a magnet board
11. Pottery Barn’s scrap board or bulletin board *Update: Blog link is no longer available. You might like this tutorial by Sand & Sisal
12. Moments To Remember magnet board. *Update: Blog link is no longer available.

Kids Art Display

Kids Art Display

13. Using dollar store clipboards (and some embellishments) Clean & Scentsible shows you how to create a cute and functional area for displaying your child’s art.

How to Display Children's Artwork

14. This is a fun tip by Less Than Perfect Life of Bliss for displaying your children’s masterpieces! Hang empty frames on the wall with clips to hold a rotating collection of art.

Childs Art Display


15. Craving Some Creativity shows you how to use 1×6 boards to create a cute and functional area for displaying your child’s art.

Hand Drawn Frames Gallery Wall

16. Create artful memories this year by displaying your kids’ artwork! Artful Adventures painted hand drawn frames directly on the wall for a fun and colorful display.


16 Ways to Display Your Childs Artwork

You Might Also Like:

I Was Featured on the TipJunkie blog

Thanks Ladies ~ I just adore these pictured tutorials! I’m honored to be able to feature you and send you over some new readers. Feel free to share your I was featured on Tip Junkie badge on your blog, Facebook, or Instagram. You earned it!  {knuckle bumps}

P.S.  Join the conversations over on the Tip Junkie Facebook page.  It’s a great place to ask questions on how to make things or for specific tutorials you need.

Laurie Turk the Tip Junkie
Promoting creative women through their tutorials,
craft rooms,  and products.
~ Laurie  {a.k.a. the Tip Junkie}
Sign up for weekly inspiration which promotes
Creative Women and gives you FREEBIES!
{it’s free, of course}
Display Childs Artwork
Difficulty Cost Time Age Person Event
$1 to $25
$25 to $50
1-2 Hours
30 Minutes


Leave a Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *