Kids Art Hanging Station
I love hanging up the fabulous artwork, especially when it’s made by kids. They just have so much imagination and wonder. It might not always be neat and tidy but I still love it just the same. I save my favorites for a special box ( I am not sure what I’m going to do with them yet but I want them to stay perfect) and the rest find homes on the fridge, walls or windows. I enjoy having little drawings all over the house but I thought it would be nice for the kids to have a place to display the are work they are proud of in their own rooms. I saw this post and thought it was a great idea! We already have learning material all over the walls so I only made the hanging station.
For this project you will need:
- Piece of wood
- Sand paper
- Screw driver
- Hot glue or epoxy
- Level and stud finder (optional)
First start by sanding your piece of wood, then paint it.
Screw into the wall ( you may want to use a stud finder and a level).
Use hot glue or E6000 to secure the clothespins.
Now all that’s left is to hang your awesome artwork.
Oh, we found these busy little guys right outside of Wyatt’s bedroom window while we were hanging up this art station. I love that my kids are fascinated with nature.