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If your child brings home a new piece of art work from school every day, you are probably running out of space on the refrigerator to hang the masterpieces. If you get creative, you can display your child's art at Rittenhouse Claridge in a number of other ways. Check out these tips:

  1. Make a canvas. Thanks to technology, you can now turn your child's art into a canvas. Just scan all of the pieces and have them printed on a canvas in the shape of your choice.
  2. Hang the art. Hang a clothesline either in your child's room or playroom, for instance. Then use clothespins to hang the art from the line. You can change the work as often as you'd like.
  3. Make a stamp. Your child will certainly get a thrill out of seeing his art work on an official stamp. There are a few sites on the internet that allow you to upload a photo and convert it into an U.S. Postal Service-approved stamp. Your friends and relatives will also be quite excited to see the little surprise on the upper right hand corner of the envelope.

3 Ideas for Displaying Kids’ Artwork [Real Simple]
Kids + Art! [Babble]
What to Do with Kid Art [Parents.com]