Kid Art Display

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September 24, 2013 by bridgitgillis

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We recently moved into a new house, and the instant I unpacked our refrigerator magnets my fridge was covered in my son’s artwork.  I don’t mind displaying his work, especially because he is so proud of it, but I knew there had to be a more appealing way.  I searched pinterest then the internet for a useable refrigerator art display, to no avail.

My original idea was to use some sort of cork board on the side of my refrigerator, but that would have been costly and a lot more permanent.  The idea for this display was completely my own- I didn’t see anything like it online.  I decided to save the top rod for my own works of art- picture collages and favorite quotes.

The components of this display are: café rods, command hooks that are removable, and curtain hooks.  All of the hardware you see in this project cost about $60.00 at my local Walmart here in Alaska.

My son loves it, and I love how neat it looks, how easy it is, and how much art it displays.  🙂

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6 thoughts on “Kid Art Display

  1. Maggie says:

    Bridigit…I LOVE your fabulous idea!! I have lots of grandchildren and lots of their artwork is spread all over my refrigerator, held on with magnets. They love to come and gaze upon it with fondness. I, however, do not love to look at my refrigerator, because, to me, it looks cluttered and messy…though I love my grandchildren with all my heart. Thanks for a wonderful new way to display the artwork of those I love!!

  2. Marie Smith says:

    Want to save your children’s drawings ? Create a scrapbook

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