My First Crayola Range – Perfect for beginner learners

1118
18

We were so thrilled to see a new box of FUN and EDUCATIONAL products arrive from Crayola this week – especially when we discovered they were from the ‘My First Crayola’ range!! All these educational products from Crayola are designed to help foster and support young toddlers and children to create FUN and dynamic artistic creations. I was so happy to introduce these fantastic products to our own young learners in our home!!

Read bellow to find all the details on these creative products…as well as finding your own chance to WIN one of THREE sets of ‘My First Crayola‘ products!

My First Crayola Safety Scissors!

 

My First Crayola Scissors Set - perfect for beginner learners!

My First Crayola Safety Scissors have been ideal for helping my preschooler to learn and develop his scissor skill’s safely whilst having FUN at the same time! They come in a pack of three different cutting patterns, rounded plastic tips and plastic blades make them FUN and SAFE to learn with!  Preschoolers can enjoy “Ouch-free” paper cutting without cutting their fingers…or HAIR!! Follow this link to find our Top 7 Tips for Learning to Use Scissors!

My First Washable Doodle Magnets! 

My First Crayola Doodle Magnets - reusable and FUN!

These FUN My First Doodle Magnets are perfect for fostering preschooler’s creativity, drawing and writing skills as they are re-usable with a washable surface! The magnets are paired with 3 washable triangular-grip crayons that are specially formulated to wash off machine washable
clothing, and also walls, carpet and furniture with warm water and a sponge (because not everything your child creates you want to keep!) My children really enjoy decorating them and displaying their artworks directly on the fridge. We removed the centre section to create a fun, unique and magnetic photo frame to display artwork and photos! You can then use the centre section to create another fridge artwork masterpiece!

My First 3 Egg Shaped Crayons!

My First Crayons from Crayola - easy for young toddlers to grasp.

My First Egg-Shaped Crayons are specifically made for little hands to grasp as it enables each young artist to create bold, colourful artistic expressions (or scribbles!) These Egg-Shaped Crayons provide a fun and safe way for older babies (from 12mths) and toddlers to get creative and explore through drawing. Each Egg-Shaped Crayon is the equivalent of 8 triangular crayons, so they will last a long time and importantly won’t easily break with rough treatment or falls from the table! They come in a three pack including one each of red, blue and yellow colours.

GIVEAWAY!!

We are thrilled to be offering THREE separate packs of My First Crayola Products for you to WIN for your own family – each pack will comprise of One Set of My First Crayola 3 Safety Scissors, One set of My First Crayola Washable Doodle Magnets and a set of My First Crayola 3 Egg Shaped Crayons! Each pack is valued at $22.47.

WIN one of Three My First Crayola Packs!

 

{{{{{GIVEAWAY NOW CLOSED – PLEASE HEAD HERE TO FIND THE WINNERS}}}}}

Entry is FREE and EASY. Simply answer the following question (in 25 words or less) “What creative ways do you use to display your children’s art within your home?”. Place your answer in the comments section at the bottom of this page. *see full Terms & Conditions.

Good Luck Fun Mums!

Jenni & Louise xx

If you want to become a Fellow Fun Mum Member & receive all of our fun craft, recipes & activities as well as special offers & promotions – click the button on our home page : )
Oh, and why not pop over and ‘like’ us on Facebook OR perhaps Twitter is your thing. . You can also find us on Pinterest & Instagram too!    

**We (Louise & Jenni) do receive products free for review from time to time, we will only promote products that we like and enjoy using ourselves and feel that our fellow Fun Mums might enjoy the product too. We will always give our own honest opinion of the product.

*Terms and conditions:
Open from Friday 1st August 7.00pm – Friday 8th August 11.59pm (EST). Win one of THREE *‘My First Crayola Packs’!  each pack will comprise of One Set of My First Crayola 3 Safety Scissors, One set of My First Crayola Washable Doodle Magnets and a set of My First Crayola 3 Egg Shaped Crayons! Each pack is valued at $22.47.
The promoters are Jenni Ferguson & Louise Thomsen  t/as Paging Fun Mums Buderim, QLD 4556. ABN 98 256 176 896. The giveaway is open to Australian Residents only, persons who are aged 18 years and over and must be able to show proof of age and residency. The winner will be selected from all eligible entries at 9.00am on Monday the 11th of August by Paging Fun Mums. The winner will be notified via email and will have their full name published on this post on Thursday 14th August 2014. In the event of an unclaimed prize, an unclaimed prize draw will take place on Monday 25th August 8.00am (EST) at the same place and via the same method as the original draw. The unclaimed prize draw winner will be notified in writing within 2 days. The winner’s details will be published on this post on Friday 29th August 2014. To enter entrants must comment under the giveaway image on Facebook, then head to the Paging Fun Mums website and in 25 words or less write a creative answer to the following question – “What creative ways do you use to display you’r children’s art in your home?”.  Entrants agree to the terms listed here and participation in this promotion is deemed acceptance of these Conditions of Entry. Employees of Paging Fun Mums ”the promoter” and members of their immediate families and agencies associated with this promotion are not eligible to enter. The winner of this prize and all aspects of the competition is final and binding on every person who enters. No correspondence will be entered into by Paging Fun Mums. A potential winner may be requested to provide the Sponsor with proof that the potential winner is the authorised account holder of the email address. By entering this giveaway, you agree to be bound by these Official Rules. Entrants further agree to be bound by the decisions of the judges – Paging Fun Mums, which are final and binding in all respects. Paging Fun Mums reserves the right at their sole discretion to disqualify any individual it finds to be: tampering with the entry process or the operation of the sweepstakes or website; to be acting in violation of the Official Rules; to be acting in violation of Paging Fun Mums Terms of Service; or to be acting in an unsportsmanlike or disruptive manner, or with intent to annoy, abuse, threaten or harass any other person. Our winner confirms by entering this competition to have their full name disclosed/published via the website listed above, once the winner has been confirmed. No personal details such as email particulars, telephone details, date of birth, street address etc will be revealed at any time. No purchase is necessary to enter.The promoter is responsible for the issue of the prize only, and but is not liable if the prize is lost, stolen or damaged in transit. The prize is not transferrable or redeemable for cash. If for any reason this competition is not capable of running as planned, including due to infection by computer virus, bugs, tampering, unauthorised intervention, fraud, technical failures or any causes beyond the control of the Promoter, which corrupt or affect the administration, security, fairness or integrity or proper conduct of this promotion, the Promoter reserves the right in its sole discretion to disqualify any individual who tampers with the entry process, modify or suspend the competition, subject to any direction given under the State Regulation. The prize will be sent free of charge to the residential address of the winner, and not ℅ – a business address or third party, at no charge within Australia. FACEBOOK DISCLAIMER This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook. You are providing your information to Paging Fun Mums and not to Facebook. The information you provide will only be used for communications related to this promotion and other future offers from Paging Fun Mums relating to the various products that they sell or endorse.

 

1118 COMMENTS

  1. Use it as wrapping paper. Looks awesome when the space under the Christmas tree looks like one big collage of our daughters year

  2. We stick Thatcher’s creative scribbles up on the walls of the room he drew them in.we take fotos of his ‘food art’ lol.

  3. I USE FRAMES AND PLACE THEM ON THE FRIDGE OR WE STRING A LINE LIKE A WASHING LINE AND PLACE THEM AROUND THE HOUSE AND WE USE SECOND HAND PHOTO FRAMES AND GET THE KIDS TO DECORATE THEM 🙂

  4. Framed on the wall! Fridge is looking very colourful at the moment…we always love giving Aunty and Uncle arty/crafty pics too they LOVE them!

  5. We have a wall hanging. Made easy with a strip of wood, some pegs and paint. 3m long. She is very proud to hang them!

  6. Ashton is 3 we make canvases and cards out of his artwork he does at home and at nursery we do rock painting from the stones we collect down our beach too brighten up the garden. Hes just recently got a playhouse and the inside is graffittied with pictures of what he has drawn 🙂 our favourite is hand printing

  7. I made my two year old an art corner with pictures stuck on the wall and plenty of stencils for her to colour in on the desk with stickers crayons and once coloured we blue tac the pictures in her room

  8. I have a display wall, when it’s full I take a pic of the wall, take them down and ready for the next art work!

  9. I have made a big frame from old fence pailings and run wire in the middle. I peg up the artwork & change it regularly.

  10. We put in picture frames and had a hole wall in the front room were we put all creations on from play do to lego to painting we love spending time as a family doing artly stuff bringings us all together and its great whe visitors come and see it to

  11. I am Nannie to 5 awesome Grandies and love it when they arrive with or send via the post their latest stunning creations which we display all around the home on the walls, on the fridge and on the cupboards. when we have heaps I photograph them and turn them into mosaic pictures which are then displayed.

  12. We hang the kids art up on string throughout the house & use the older art drawings as wrapping paper. We also photograph each peice to remember & trying to think of what we can do with the growing photo collection!

  13. Have a cork board that we rotate some weekly/ monthly and the he’s chooses what to swap around. It’s his art… his say! He’s 4!

  14. I have every page colored for me and daddy saved so I can use them to make each kid a keepsake book/scrapbook.

  15. I love displaying my 2 son’s work, not only around our own house but also of family members houses too. I have an area, the wall behind the tv where most work is displayed. I also have my son’s mothersday poems with handprints laminated on the cabinet. My son’s love chalking on the ground in the garden & I also consider this as displaying their work. I also have a display folder to keep special art pieces clean & safe, we also hang work from the ceiling eg rockets, planes ext. My children & myself love crayola products & are always adding to our growing craft/art box.

  16. On our fridge for my 2yr old’s art work. She’s got several health conditions so we are forever trying new ways of doing art work. 🙂

  17. Buy rolls of cheap wrapping paper and roll it out for my daughter to paint on the opposite side, dry, use for all special occasions

  18. We hang our little ones pictures on the fridge and also have an art folder/box with all their crafty makes 🙂 x

  19. We get our daughter to paint canvases and use them as art work instead of buying pictures for the walls, and our fridge is painted with blackboard paint so it’s an ever changing work of art.

  20. We are moving & building a new home, in the mean time we need to rent- so I would love to create the kids play room full of new artwork to make the move a bit easier on the kids. Then we could also create a moving album for the kids! We plan to move a lot over the next few years while the kids are young, it would be a nice memento to look back at!

  21. We get our daughter to paint canvases and use them as art work instead on buying pictures for the walls, and our fridge is painted with chalkboard paint so it’s an ever changing work of art.

  22. I frame some and then take photos of the rest and scrapbook them and then the painting goes into a art book and in the board for them to take when they are 18 🙂

  23. once a month i scan them all into the computer & update them to my usb & we run it through a digital photo frame & then the best ones get put in an art portfolio, other ones recycled (sadly you cant keep them all 🙁 )

  24. I have string on the play room wall with little clips so we can hang up lots of art work. Each boy has their own wall. They love it.

  25. We put our boys artwork on the fridge at our house and Nana and pop’s house also in their own bedroom we hang a string & place on there rather than on the walls.

  26. a removable glass top dining table, remove the glass and place the kids art work underneath, you can change it around whenever you want to show off new pieces they have created.

  27. love crayola not only doesn’t fade like pencils do an when my grandchildren do me drawing I put in frames from the beginning they start an until now the eldest is 5 @ 3 #2 an have their own scrapbooks as well but when it me with them or drawing of our house with us in it frame put on family wall that’s their wall only

  28. I have a big sign saying masterpieces on one of our walls and below it is all the kids artwork hanging on bulldog clips

  29. Iv made a big mobile with all my sons drawings and scribbles, which iv hung from the roof in his room, looks beautiful!!!

  30. i have a photo frame that i change the pic each time she draws. another way we store her pics are little pegs on a line in her room.

  31. We choose a very special picture drawn by our girls, then frame it and keep up on the wall for the year, will renew next year.

  32. On the fridge and frezzers at our place and nannies and pops fridge. The special ones are framed. And some made into place mats, little one in coaster where photos were. It makes great wrapping paper.

  33. I display my childrens art work on the fridge as well as their bedroom wall so that they can see their own artwork and friends can admire their beautifull works of art. This way my children keep motivated to produce more and find new creative ways to create art!! 🙂

  34. On the fridge, on the wall at the front entrance for all to see when entering the house and on the Christmas tree at Christmas.

  35. We like to frame our sons art work and give it as presents to his grandparents for Mother’s and Father’s Day. It’s an inexpensive gift and very sentimental

  36. Some drawings on pin board in bedroom, others on wall in kitchen for everyone to see – the rest used as wrapping paper on gifts!!

  37. We have a file binder book for the A4 size, we use her walls and I also scan them so that our memories of such a precious time last forever!

  38. We have a string in our kitchen and dining room,in the hall ,and string in the bathroom all the hot artwork is hung on the string using close pins to hold it up we go from one end to the other and rotate the art work out great way to display her art.

  39. My favourites get kept in a portfolio, some are pegged on a line in our family room, and the rest are recycled as cards and wrapping paper.

  40. We use as wrapping paper, or cards for family living far away. She puts her favourites ones onto boxes and turns them into something magical.

  41. Both My kids have large picture frames that they display their art work in. Each week they can change the picture to display the one they are most proud of. The older artwork is put away in a big chest for me to get out when they turn 21!

  42. Small pictures decorate the fish tank or fridge, bigger ones get stuck on a few canvases we have hanging on the walls.

  43. We have an arts and craft table that is covered in their artwork. Over the top is a clear piece of acrylic sheeting over the top. Each month or so we change the artwork. They love it.

  44. We have the grandchildrens art work on the fridge, freezer, on our cork board and on the computer desk top. I also have framed art work and have it hanging on the walls.

  45. We hang them on our fridge and grandparents fridge, and now after reading the comments we’ll be putting them in his room and as placemats

  46. We make good use of our fridge and on dads whiteboard in his office. We write date and age on the back so we can remember what they loved drawing about at what age. We rotate when fun New pics arrive. We save favourites for the wall, which we frame, and sometimes these become gifts for grandparents or parents. My neice likes to count to try to tell if someone has more than her, so naming them is important!! Lol.

  47. We frame them or they go on the fridge childerns artwork should be celebrated then we save them for when their older 🙂

  48. We put our artwork on the fridge until new artwork comes home from school then it gets filed away to keep. I cannot bear to throw my children’s gorgeous artwork in the rubbish.

  49. We make their artwork into new craft projects, picture frames, paper flowers, wrapping paper, etc to give to family – they love it and the kids are always excited to give away their drawing and special craft project.

  50. We use my bubs artwork for wrapping paper and I like to frame it and display along with our family photos on the wall.

  51. Paintings we use as wrapping paper! Some are framed aand hung around the house! Laminate some for placemats and a scrapbook for daddy to look at whilst on the toilet

  52. I have just done an Alphabet for my daughters room by cutting out the letters from paintings and scribbles she has done.

  53. We display ours in the Kitchen Gallery i.e. the fridge, and also keep some in display folders to show to others.

  54. I like the idea of using an empty photo frame with a cork board behind it, then we can “frame” their art but have the ability to switch it out frequently!

  55. We have 2 big cork boards on the walls in the foyer of our house. They’re overflowing with our daily artwork!

  56. All those beautiful artwork pictures that come home from Kindy where there’s way to many to put in the fridge we take photos of each painting or art piece and turn into a collage so that they can get filed away but we have photographs of their art work, believe me it’s effective and looks cool you could even turn those photographs into a canvas of their work and let’s face it kids feel proud when their hard work is recognised.

  57. We have a few picture frames on the wall and we display them there. Every month we scan the pictutes on the computer. And these make great screen savers on our computer

  58. We paint straight onto canvases and they are hung just like a photo. We also put them into frames and give as presents.

  59. We have a special artsy line that artwork gets displayed and when it’s full ill take pics of the handy work and then new projects get hung up

  60. We store the hard copies of all her art in a photo album and take photos of each so we can scan them onto mugs.

  61. We do 2 things with their art. First we scan the art and put the picture in photo album then we tac their art to the ceiling in our “school” room so they can always look up to their wonderful art!

  62. We put them on the fridge and also on our pantry doors as they are big metal cabinets and also send them with photos to family

  63. I use it for wrapping paper, cards, placemats, wall Art. Paper planes, envelopes, origami, woven heart baskets and make story books

  64. I back all my daughters artwork with a coloured piece of paper and display on the fridge the file them for safe keeping

  65. We have 12 black frames (with no glass) that are Velcro stuck to the wall. We change the artwork every other month. Kids love it!

  66. I put them all in a box but the special ones I frame and put them in his playroom for he and all his friends to admire. Makes him feel very special 🙂

  67. we have a little crafts corner at home & i encourage my daughter who is 3 to do her best & just let her go then she shows me her creations & i tell her how well she done

  68. lots of scrapbooks, photo frames and fridge advertisment i want to see all my sons artwork as i am a very proud mum

  69. Not much room on the fridge for my 3 under 3!
    Most artworks are a group effort on large paper that gets used as wrapping paper. Love seeing them play and create happily together. LOVE washable Crayola because they’re so messy!!!!

  70. We display our girls artwork in the toilet. Brightens up the walls and gives you something to look at when conducting your business 🙂

  71. We have a big pinboard in our kitchen/living room to display all our artwork and achievements, that way all our visitors can admire them.

  72. My children’s artworks get used to wallpaper the dolls house and decoupage the bookshelf. I also had them draw placemats on the table where they sit

  73. We make calendars out of our fav artworks, you get to see them throughout the year & a diff one every month, plus we make them for the family.

  74. We like to collage our favourites and frame them. Also i take photos of them and do digital collages using them as tablet/comp screensavers.

  75. Whenever possible art is recycled into gift wrap and cards. Our latest creation – toilet roll cats – are on the table ready to be played with again and again.

  76. I put some of their artwork in picture frames throughout the house. I always keep a ‘first’ piece of artwork out and then continuously swap out newer pieces so my girls can see how good they have gotten. We also have ‘walls of fame’ in the kitchen where each girl has a wall and they can pick which pieces of art they want me to put up. And of course we use the good old fridge:)

  77. For use as wrapping paper for gifts, given to grandparents for display at their house and in caravan and put on the fridge at home, with a couple on the display in their rooms. The best artworks after display are then put into a special file in the filing cabinet for keeping

  78. We have a scrapbook to stick drawings in so we can look through anytime, on the fridge and pegged up on string across the sunroom.

  79. Living so far away from family in Scotland we post a lot back to grandparents, uncles and cousins so they’re a very international display.

  80. The good old fridge , but my toddler has other ideas when my backs turned as has created his master piece straight onto the wall!

  81. We put the artwork up on the walls for awhile, then take them down, take pictures and use old ones for wrapping paper.

  82. At our house we have created a collage of the boys artwork, I bought cheap frames (in various sizes) and abstractly places them. From a distance it looks like one giant piece of artwork!! I have done this for my two older boys in each of there rooms. For my littlest I place his art work in a display folder, as he likes to flick threw it and admire his work.

  83. We use the fridge and also make it into cards for whatever occasion we need (Happy Birthday, Get Well etc) 🙂

  84. I save almost every artwork electronically and once a year print off a collage photo using the best 10 or so to frame.

  85. I love to display my children’s creations all over my desk in our study as well as on our bookshelves. We have quite a few bookshelves, luckily!

  86. We display them on a cork bored in my daughters playroom makes the room look more fun and colorful. We also use it to wrap little gifts for her little friends and relatives 🙂

  87. We put them up for a few weeks then they can: box them, mail them to someone, or wrap a friend’s present with them.

  88. We paint the kids draws white and get them to paint and draw what ever they like so it’s always on view and change it every couple of years

  89. The ones she’s loves the most I frame them and hang them in her room and on the fridge of cause. We made a mobile the other day and hung it over the change table we love art and craft

  90. I place them all over the house, starting with his bedroom so he knows it’s his creation and he can feel proud of his own work. Then all over the fridge and other places, for others to see.

  91. Laminate them and make lots of stuff with them like place mats coasters wall hangings anything that shows there wonderful pieces of art workoff

  92. We display them initially the old fashioned way, on the fridge. However then I send some to grandparents & with the ones we keep, I paint canvases & use some to cut into artistic shapes etc & make into new art.

  93. On the fridge, on the kitchen walls, stuck to windows and glass doors using clear contact and on hooks on the walls, hanging on decorative coat hangers with coloured pegs.

  94. Reproduced onto canvas and hung on wall. Permanent displays adorn our painted walls and doors for all to see. Miss 3 is super creative and loves drawing in all my notebooks. My phone has plenty of her art examples from multiple apps.

  95. I made a canvas artwork hanger appliquéd with “look what I did” on the bottom the kids love pinning their new works on it!

  96. I like to put kids artwork on fridge, but due to 4 children it doesn’t take long for it to fill up so I put their most recent up and any I want to keep for their keepsake box I put in their and others I like to use as wrapping paper or make cards out of.

  97. We Photograph Them All First Then Straight Up On Our “Gallery Fridge”. We Then Post Some To Grandparents & Aunty/Uncles. We also Use Them For Wrapping Paper On Special Occasions.

  98. All our good art is stuck into a scrap book, with the year it was done. We also have a big box for box models as my sons are obsessed!

  99. Fridge and cupboard doors. A scrapbook for his special pieces and made into wrapping paper and cards as the new things come home.

  100. I stickytape things on the inside of the glass of our tv cabinet. Much better than looking at DVDs etc. Plus they don’t get damaged.

  101. We have a wall in the hall at the end of the living area where my husband has painted ‘masterpieces’ on the wall and we have 3 lengths of wire attached to the wall with pegs on them and we hang the art there. We collect it up over the month and at the start of each new month we swap the artworks over

  102. Her playroom has her own pinboard which she chooses what to put on show and then our hallway is our gallery .. Using old and new up cycled and jazzed up frames and mirrors we hang different art works throughout the hall.

  103. Use for wrapping paper, put on the fridge and playroom walls. After a few weeks I put in a folder then put up the new ones

  104. All artwork gets displayed on our fridge for all to enjoy. At the end of each week we remove it all, and store it, to make way for new masterpieces.

  105. Depending on the craft, we frame them, stick up on walls, put in special scrapbook. Dad takes some to work to pretty up his room

  106. I stick them where ever my son would like them, on his wardrobe door, on the fridge, on the book shelves or on his arts and crafts table. When he does a new one we put the older ones in his “special” arts/crafts folder.

  107. I display a lot of my kids artwork under the coffee table glass for all to see. It’s also a conversation point, which leaves a sense of pride in my kids and I.

  108. We have a bulletin board and fridge magnets that hold the crayola creations my daughter makes! Sometimes she likes to hang them with tape on the walls of every room.

  109. My one year old son is just starting out but my fridge is packed with finger paints! Here soon I’ll be getting some frames for the walls as some off them are abstractly beautiful!

  110. Art never goes on noticed here. Taped all ovet the walls, put on the refrigerator, the windows for outside to see. When we put new up it goes into thier scrap books so we can always go back to look at it.

  111. On walls, windows, mirrors and of course fridge. We’ve used art as wrapping paper, cards and have even got some of display in the car!

  112. We post our kids artworks on the Fridge and their rooms, not to mention the scribbles on their doors…all the doors. I’m glad the walls escaped their creative geniuses…well some walls.

  113. On the fridge at first, then I send a package every few months to my mum (only grandma) overseas so she doesn’t miss out.

  114. I have a 20 month old, and a newborn 2 week old.. I display all of my daughters art on the fridge, in picture frames, and in my office on a special board.. Since I live where I work, she gets to see it when she comes to visit me from time to time in my office..

  115. I took a photo of the 1st picture my son painted and it is still the background picture on my phone. I show everyone lol.

  116. The classic spot: fridge! 🙂 But we also have a couple of corkboards and there always seem to be random pictures push pinned to walls depending on where someone decides it needs to be so it can be seen best. 🙂

  117. we have a wall divider that gets filled with the extra special art peices and when we need to make room for new extra special peices we have a 100 page clear file. the rest we use as wrapping paper or turn them into birthday cards. 🙂

  118. We have so many that the ones for the day usually go on the fridge or sometimes if there is no room we put them on our entertainment center or sliding glass door.

  119. I display all my kids art work on the fridge for a week or so then it goes into scrapbooks that I am keeping for when they r older ( my mum did this for me)

  120. I have two lengths of kitchen string along my dining room wall, with my daughter’s artwork hanging with coloured pegs. She loves seeing them displayed!

  121. I place my baby girl’s artwork in her memory book I made for her filled with her artwork, footprints & places we’ve taken her.

  122. We have three frames on their bedroom walls where we keep the “artwork of the week”, then we make collages or decoupage, or paper Mache animals etc out of the others (plus using some for birthday wrapping)

  123. Some of the really creative pieces are framed accompanied by a picture of them creating their work! Artwork and pic a cycled through every couple of weeks.

  124. We blutak ours to the walls, putting our favourites on the fridge. When overcrowded we take photos to create digital books.

  125. My little boy is just at the right age to start experimenting with arts and crafts. Such fantastic ways of getting them started

  126. Every week I put his new ones on the wall behind the telly so we can see and take pic of them and put them on my fb page so my family and friends can see. And I also have a display book that put them in

  127. I display my daughters paintings and drawings in frames and decorate her room with them, we also put them on the fridge as she loves to draw and my other daughter done her first painting and placed on the fridge

  128. I have my son’s artwork and his proud school work on my pantry cuboards. I get to admire it every time I open a cuboard and work in the kitchen which is pretty much where I spend my life.

  129. I have begun taking photos of my children’s artwork and will make them each a photo book once they finish up at school! We also hang up artwork on any free walls or doors and when rotating new masterpieces I use the older art as wrapping paper.

  130. We like 2 display our special art workin the lounge room as well as the fridge. Though my 4yr old also likes 2 leave his special drawings & pictures on our bedside table in every1s room as a suprise 🙂

  131. We put ours wherever we can particularly on the kitchen cupboards and on the fridge, some are in frames around the rest of the house as well. Priceless art work! 🙂

  132. We have always displayed children’s and grandchildren alike on the fridge in pride of place! I still have some! They are always received with enthusiasm and thanks.

  133. our daughter has become more creative with her drawings, paintings, that we display her wonderful artwork in our dining room on the wall and then later we paste them in her scrap book.
    We love to appreciate her artwork and she has a big smile on her face when we display it

  134. The fridge, my kids bedroom wall, and in special frames that you can store old artwork in but rotate the one in the glass.

  135. We frame some of them and hang them in the bedrooms or give them as gifts. Some are put in albums and of course we hang some on the fridge.

  136. I frame all my girls pictures, and drawings and hang them on the wall I just love the homemade art and it makes the kids so proud and happy to see there work displayed in our living room 😀

  137. I get so many a day that some decorate the fridge and freezer some get blu tac to bedroom walls and the rest I pop into display folders to get bound into books at the end of the year

  138. We found some hangers with clips from Ikea that we have put up in each of their rooms then when I have enough pictures I scan them and get a photo book made up

  139. As a teacher, I make clothespin magnets for each child to decorate. On open house night I have a sample of each child’s work hanging in the magnet – each parent gets to take their child’s home to use on their refrigerator. The parents love it!

  140. We display our children’s art on the fridge, pantry door, behind the toilet door and also we have an enormous chalk pavement art happening on our patio… Love everything they do as its their gifts to mummy & they are priceless!!

  141. My two year old has a latch on his window that is perfect for hanging a bit of string from. Anytime he makes a “seasonal” art project at play group or at home, I make a small hole at the top and loop some string through. Now his window always has a piece of his art work on it, and it usually reflects what season it is.

  142. I use frames that open in the front so we can switch out art work any time we want! Each if the kids has their own frame.

  143. My little one’s just 4.5 months but I plan to show him how to make carton frame. Then we’ll display his “art works” that way 🙂

  144. With my kids, we always had art on the fridge as well as in my kids memory bins, so that those could pulled out for graduation!

  145. We use the fridge to stick all the newest art but some of the older ones we stick along the top of the lounge room wall like a border. It’s they’re own little art gallery.

  146. I usually hang my daughter’s art work on the bedroom wall, laminated some of them and we write a little story at the back.

  147. We like to use our daughters artworks to decorate our fridge and I also use them to decorate her scrapbook that I started when I was pregnant with her.

  148. Making pretty picture frames from crafty bits we have around the house like egg cartons, gift paper scraps etc and display them on the walls.

  149. I have hung hooks in our blinds and we hang the kids artwork on those. It’s like a decorative pelmet!!!
    We also hang curling ribbon and use little stationery pegs to clip them on!!

  150. I love to have my daughter use Crayola products to express her creativity. I hang her pieces of art on the kitchen wall like my mom used to do and put some in frames.

  151. I usually hang them on the fridge and then if they are special, save them in a scrapbook. if they are really special then they get framed and hung up.

  152. I put my son’s art up on the kitchen wall and take a photo. When I have enough photos, I will have photobooks done – one for every year.

  153. I put my girls art in Bright frames in there room and my son’s art I put on the fridge cause he likes telling me about his art . Each art they bring home has a story to it. I love there art and the LOVE drawing

  154. The kids love to have their latest art in frames on the walls in their rooms! They can easily be changed out to their new favorite and they can show everyone that comes to visit.

  155. The kids both have giant bulletin boards in their rooms. Before changing the bulletin boards, we snap a photo for keeping. We hang art on the fridge and we give to grandparent an aunt and uncles as gifts.

  156. I use my grandsons pics to wrap presents for family members for their birthdays
    he & I do a lot of craft & paintings so we put them aside & use them for this
    All the family love receiving their presents wrapped in his special paintings

  157. I love to hang my kid’s art on the fridge, in picture frames and I put the rest in a scrap book to keep for when they get older.

  158. We have a section of wall in our kitchen, and when they bring hone a new picture or make one at home, we hang it up!

  159. I have four boys so take their art work and put In on the refrigerator and on the walls in my bedroom. We put them in my bedroom so I can look at them at night before I go to sleep.

  160. Take pictures to display online so it is shared with family across the USA. Also we have 2 picture frames that we put all artwork in until it is full then store the favorites.

  161. I love displaying my daughter’s art around the house. I have even framed some. She likes her artwork on the fridge, so we keep them alternating!

  162. We started by putting their art work on the fridge like most parents do but with four small kids it’s always seemed like someone was not getting enough “face time” with the fridge.
    To help with this problem I got a cork board from target and hung it up in their play room. We used tacks and hung up any good grades my oldest got or art work from the younger ones. Each month we would change the board about two times and then place the pictures that were taken down into boxes for storage. I like to keep their artwork for scrap booking or just for them to have when they are older.

  163. An art wall in her bedroom with her best work framed. With the words My Masterpieces stencilled across. Also, a scanned scrapbook of her creations.

  164. I put my kids artwork in a binder with sheet protectors so they can look back on it and admire it. I like to see how much their artwork has changed over the year. I also frame my favorite pieces and display them on the refrigerator.

  165. We like to put the “picture of the week” in a frame on the wall. The other art work goes into the fridge and into scrapbooks

  166. To display my 2 children’s works of art, each of my children have a large cork board that that got to personalize themselves I then framed both of them, šø everytime they come home or even items that they made at home they get to put their artwork on the boards for everyone to see.

  167. My son loves to draw and do arts and crafts…He always says …:mommy I am such a great artist”….we have frames hanging up throughout the house where we display his daily artwork….we always switch out the pictures then save the old ones in a scrapbook!!!!

  168. We have clipboards on the wall for instant displays that the kids can change. We frame some, too. Not including the surprise wall art.

  169. We take a photo to put into a photo book and then the pictures are stuck to the wall in out living room like a huge mural. It fills our room with personal art.

  170. I love putting my daughter’s art all over our bedroom doors,all over the fridge&all over our front walk w/chalk. If we can find a way to decorate it,we will X)

  171. We have dedicated the playroom to feature all our most favorite works of art. We alternate many with each season.

  172. We mostly hang my son’s stiff on the fridge and tje walls. We also let him pit stickers on his high chair however he wants and he enjoys that 🙂

  173. we place large pieces of white paper on some walls of the house,so my daughter can draw on them and not direct on the walls!!

  174. I bought several small artist’s canvases at a discount store for my little one to fingerpaint and hang it like I would any art.

  175. We put them on the fridge and on wall for all to see, the bigger paintings and art works we use a wrapping paper for family birthday presents, it doubles as wrapping and a gift to keep (if not ripped open) the grandparents especially love it.

  176. I used thin light binder with plastic attached inside,put on each plastic my girls arts by month. Both end of binder i clip a strong strap so could hang it on a wall and titles the from “Girls art for the Month”.
    Each week,each of them,we choose which the best arts they made then i gave each a star to earn for a month. At the end of the month, we will pick what is the best arts they made and i give lil suprise 🙂

  177. Artwork goes up on the fridge and we laminate everything and put it in a display file that I leave on the coffee table 🙂

  178. I display my toddlers artwork on the wall, on brown string with pegs, and have the collage letters on the top that say “CREATE.”

  179. watching our toddler exploring his hidden talents is fantastic . seeing his artwork he makes is great . will plaster it on fridge for everyone to see

  180. We have a ‘home’ sign on the wall, the kids art is stuck to the wall below that. Either side is their newborn photos.

  181. Right now we aren’t doing anything too creative. Most of the work my 4 1/2 year old does either goes on the fridge or tacked to the wall with a push pin.

  182. My child’s art is saved as follows-stuck on the room’s door, saved as photos on my phone, scrap book for keepsake

  183. I collect all the artwork over the course of the year (some does end up on the fridge&walls) & then at the end of the yr before Xmas I fill two large frames with bits and pieces of all the most interesting& colourful artwork. We have two boys and they each have their own frame. These frames go on on of our dining room walls- so they then end up in lots of family photos:) the boys love this tradition!

  184. I have a 3 step rotation display, the special ones get prime position on the fridge, then above the play area I have a string full of pegs from two hooks on the wall for everything else and the older stuff.
    Then we either take a photo, use part of the picture/painting or all of it ( if it fits ) to keep it in a scrapbook display folder as a keepsake to look back on.
    This means that all the larger items, craft and so forth that are big still get displayed by photo & remembered in the scrap book…

  185. The kids have an art work feature wall in there rooms, I also use art work as wrapping paper for gifts or frame them to give as gifts

  186. We put it on the fridge but generally it ends up on the floor after Mr. 2.5 has pulled it off and finished waving it about. Then it goes back on the fridge at the top where he can’t reach in a big bunched up collage type pile with all the rest!

  187. The good old fridge. Where the kids want it and when people walk in the house the come in the kitchen door and it’s the first thing they see!

  188. My son is thirty now but I still have a collage of the Sydney harbour Bridge he did in fourth class and a pastel drawing of seagulls done the same year which was exhibited at a talented and gifted exhibition hanging on the dining room wall.

  189. usually we put them on the fridge.. but sometimes we display them all over the walls too.. and the furniture.. and the baby.

  190. Not that creative, but my sons artwork goes on the fridge and then into a folder in the book shelf so he can look at them over again. I’d love to hear so other ideas of what to do with kids art, I like the idea of taking photos and turning them into a coffee table book.

  191. My grandchildren post there art on my refrigerator. And when I am not feeling well they put it on my headboard and it alway cheers me up 🙂

  192. We use frames on our fridge and also frame and hang on our walls for decoration . Older ones we take pics of and keep in a album.

  193. Kids artwork is all over our house, fridge, pin boards, office desk, wall in the lounge room and a dedicated book shelf for craft!

  194. Each month I take a photo of my son holding his favourite picture, turn them into calendars and give them to family for Christmas.

  195. Placed under a sheet of clear plastic covering the craft table. Colourful drawings, paintings and collage. Looks fabulous!

  196. On my cabinets on the fridge on their bedroom wall living room wall bathroom wall in a keepsake box in my closet I have a hard time throwing their art work away.

  197. I teach at a local christian daycare and am always looking for creative parent projects to do with the kids. I would love to donate your products to them to broaden their artistic horizons!

  198. We put things on the roof of their rooms. My children can see all of their creations displayed as they go to sleep. We can lay down together and read a story and then talk about all the pictures that they’ve done and we look at them, like star gazing but better!

  199. We dispel them on walls in their rooms like a big collage and now we even take pictures of their masterpieces and text them to gramma then she prints them out and hangs them on the wall!!

  200. Have thought of putting a bit of string on the wall & little pegs to peg them. But currently I blue tack them to my 2 pantry cupboards in the kitchen/dining room

  201. My kids would love this prize as they love to colour and write and do craft stuff. Its a great prize and will be very well used in my house.

  202. I frame a lot of their art work, put some in album and on the fridge. I love an adore my granddaughters and I love that the wanted to make nanny pictures.

  203. We display our kids art everywhere…art fills our walls, but most of all we like sending art to our family as a gift & sometimes using it as wrapping paper…

  204. My kids colour artwork is displayed all through out the house. As the fridge only holds so much, doors and walls are now also accumulating their own collections lol

  205. She makes works of art almost everyday,
    That I just can’t bear to throw away,
    So on “the Wall of Art” is it displayed!

  206. I take pictures of them and make a book for each year. Because their art says just as much about them as photos of them.

  207. i usually laminate the best ones or glue the pictures onto coloured cardboard and then use clear contact. keeps them nice for along time. i even used the girls paintings for wrapping christmas presents one year..everyone loved them

  208. My daghter like to stick her drawing and painting on our old fridge. This old and unused fridge we use as a cupboard to keep dry foods like cereals, oats, etc.

  209. I have an A3 display folder for each of my children that I put their art work in then I open the folder and can change the art every day.

  210. We have a scrapbook where we put my daughters artwork in. After it has been displayed on the fridge for a couple of weeks.

  211. We display some of our grandchildren’s pictures on the fridge. They make such unique cards for us and are all very artistic. We usually display them on the living room shelves. I think I have saved all of their beautiful cards and are happy that they still make them even though the oldest is 13 years old. The youngest is 18 months and sits in a booster and colors. Gotta love Crayola and a chance to bond while coloring!
    Susie

  212. The kids have a wall for there art work. End of the month it all comes down and gets glued into there scrapbooks. Some artwork gets used as wrapping paper for family presents.

  213. I put my son’s artwork in a display folder. I would like to encourage him to do more artwork so am hoping to win this! 🙂

  214. I put my daughters art work on our fridge & I also have a scrap book that I glue some in so she can keep them as memories when she gets older

  215. Any spare space available I hang my grand kids pictures and paintings.
    On the fridge the dishwasher on the walls. I luv them, they brighten up my house and shows they love their nana too…

  216. My wee guy is only 3 months so these literally would be his “First Crayola”. Currently his art is being displayed on my dressing gown!

  217. The artwork goes on the fridge, & is replaced as new ones come home. They are all then used as wrapping paper for gifts

  218. I encourage my children to be creative, using nature for craft collages,photos cut from magazines, and lots of drawing, I proudly hang them all through my house.

  219. blank canvass, masking tape a shape or word- let him paint he canvass. When it’s dry peel off the tape and boom- the word or picture is still white

  220. I make place mats,put pictures on their shirts,make puzzles from their art,hang in frames on the wall,make cards and wrapping paper.

  221. My children’s art,
    Displayed with love!
    On the fireplace,
    Right above!

    Centre place.
    Pride and joy!
    Symbol of love,
    For my girls and boy.

  222. Children are so creative. I have 5 boys and one of them just adores art. Art everything but I always keep 85% of it. I keep them all in memories boxes or display on walls and fridge or frame them.

  223. we have just received a great idea.. a light box photo frame that a has a handle back so all collage bits will b kept where child has placed them.

  224. We hang them clothesline style from clothespins and interchangeable picture frames…and the good ole fashion magnets on the fridge!! 🙂

  225. We hang on the fridge, windows and bulletin board in her room and on the glass of the French door to our backyard. We have one frame for that “special one” each week.

  226. Usually on the fridge but when it gets to full I take photos of his artwork and I keep them on the computer as a slideshow screensaver

  227. When first completed the work is placed on the wall or fridge. Once each piece is ready to be replaced, place the work within page protectors and into a binder for each child. A book collection of art works.

  228. We have a empty photo frame on wall with a clothesline peg that we change picture over every week of my beautiful boys drawings 🙂 they then migrate to his scrapbook for him to look back on when his older!

  229. We hang in my daughter’s room, on her door, or on the fridge. We also have a grandma that is a teacher who has a whole bulletin board.

  230. We put her artwork up on every available surface… We even ‘wallpapered’ her bedroom walls and ceiling with her artwork… And her bedroom door has all of her awards and encouragement cards taped to the front of it…

  231. On the fridge or on the wall, then they get rotated and the old stuff gets photographed and put away for a memory book

  232. We use the good old fridge to display our 3 girls artwork,but we have also just put up clip boards in the dining room so the girls can display and change their own art work

  233. We have an artwork folder for theirs art that is always on display in the lounge room for every one to go through and when it gets too full we put them in our special box of when we were little 🙂

  234. love it when my grandchildren do drawings for me to put in frames on a wall just for them an how draw mummy daddy an family an nanny is always near the tree nothing beats seeing how much they grow from each drawing they do as they grow an crayola never fades like normal pencils an they seem to look even better in frames

  235. On the fridge then put away into a folder with plastic slips so they can “read” their own special books and see how much their drawing and writing has improved over time.

  236. Displayed with much love all over the house- covering the fridge and the bookcase and shelves and the wall….and the house looks better for it!!!!

  237. We have a coffee table with a removable glass too that we can open up and place different pictures, photos etcetera into.

  238. I love the artistic creations my children produce and ours are stored all over the place, fridge, walls, my desk, filing cabinet and folders that come home from school <3

  239. I show respect and appreciation for my sons, nieces and my close friends childrens artwork by displaying these in a beautiful frame. I also encourage them to paint and draw on canvases which look lovely hanging on the wall. A4 drawing books dated are a great keepsake to look back on.

  240. Always on the fridge and also on a bulletin board that was brought to rehab hospital to me. Brought it home & still interchange newer items.

  241. We hang all our artwork on the fridge and blu tak on the walls and doors. We create our own own cards from the artwork

  242. I have 4 kids ages 3,5,7 and 13. They all love to draw. I love to display there artwork on my fridge and there walls. We also mail some to family to show how fast there growing and how the art changes over the yrs. I don’t throw any of it away at all. :-). They all have keepsake boxes as well.

  243. My ‘children’
    29, 27, 25 and 20.
    Old crayola artwork in plastic sleeves
    Protected!
    Grandchildren’s
    Loved and applauded
    On fridge and pinup board.

  244. had the front of kids wardrobes painted in blackboard paint,back of bedroom door soft cardboard to put up paintings,change when filled

  245. We pin it to an ‘artwork only’ cork board with a special frame for favorites of the week, then transfer then move into display folders.

  246. We pin it to an ‘artwork only’ cork board with a special frame for favorites of the week, then transfer them into display folders.

  247. They are hung on the fridge, in the lounge, played in a folder and framed! My boys just love to draw and paint 🙂

  248. Our laundrys an art museum, I blu-tak every piece of art from the roof to the walls ! And use paintings as wrapping paper for gifts

  249. we use coat hangers with pegs attach the art work too.. then place hanged up all round thge house 😉 Sounds odd but does the trick as daughter luvs art and drawing

  250. My kids love to go out in the backyard and collect sticks twigs leaves rocks ect and use playdoe to create different figures and theames

  251. Displayed behind a huge glass frame cabinet each week picture is changed and added to their artwork folders which are sorted by date order for each child

  252. We hang the new ones artwork on the fridge, some we put away in a art folder, some ones they love we put on their bedroom doors the older one we use as wrapping paper for nanna and granddad

  253. Aside from putting weekly daycare art on the fridge, I love to rotate pictures in frames on the walls, and make little keepsakes. I laminated a few pictures as placemats and they’re gorgeous and so useful!

  254. Keep them in a folder and laminate some to use a placemats and alternate them. Also likes to send poppy some in the mail.

  255. We display our son’s artwork up around the house. We also have a stack of artwork we used as wrapping paper and cards for family members!

  256. They go on our fridge, on the walls and when we are ready to switch them out we take. Photo of them for posterity to be made into an art book!

  257. Had my eldest sons art work on the kitchen walls and cupboards. Now most of its in scrap books. He’s 8, says it embarrassing now

  258. I put them on the fridge, pin board and put them up in the toy room so they can see their art work on display and and point out to friends and family whose is whose

  259. With 4 little artist in our house we laminate and decorate our children’s playroom with all their wonderful creations and wonderful moments

  260. We laminate some and use as play doh mats, we also use them as cards, and another fun thing is to use to decorate our own gift bags.

  261. I like to keep everything my son creates. Some in folders and I hang some on the fridge. I want him to be able to show him all of his artwork when he grows up.

  262. My daughter has a huge collage of art on a whole wall in her room. She loves it…. also have folders filled of art and cover stationary books with art work then clear Duracell….. cheap and unique.

  263. I like to print them to put on their tops or pants and shoes super easy and they’re making their own arty clothes they love it

  264. By encouraging them to use their artist gift by taking photos of their achievements and putting on a disc to reflect on whenever they want

  265. We use paintings as christmas paper and birthday paper after the time has come to add fresh pictures to the collection.

  266. I display them in their rooms on the sliding doors, laminate for place mats, use them as wrapping paper when they draw on the butchers paper.

  267. We have a great ‘display’ wall of our boys drawings that gets rotated and changed around regularly! Lots of fun for us all to look at 🙂

  268. Since I am an artist I use many of the Crayola products in my artwork. My grandchildren and my children have easels at my house and when they come to visit one of the things we do is draw pictures. We place them in frames and we have them hung around in my house and my sons and daughters house.s. Art is the center of our family; one of the greatsoar joys of being a grandma is getting artwork from your grandchildren. I am honored to be able to pass on the gift of art to them and Crayola helps me to do that for them.

  269. I am thinking about getting it copied onto fabric squares and getting it made into a blanket or quilt cover, They will think that is awesome and then they will have it for life..

  270. The way I like to display my creative childrens art work is by glueing them into an art book writing the child’s name at the bottom and date of when they made it also putting a title name up the top then write a little story about the art work and what the child drew or painted.

  271. I use my daughters art work as wrapping paper, birthday cards and gifts. The really good stuff I place in her special art book after its been displayed on the fridge.

  272. We use them for wrapping paper for any gifts or we gift them to close family as laminated placemats, coasters. Cut them into shapes at Christmas laminate & decorate the house. Anything & everything you can imagine.

  273. The fridge door is a dedicated Art Gallery and the best ones get framed and displayed in the playroom in bright, colourful frames. The rest go on into a scrapbook.

  274. I peg my kid’s art work to a string running between our kitchen and lounge room. The kids love that everyone sees it.

  275. Certain art work gets placed in frames and hung aroujd the house. With 5 littles we never have to buy artwork again 🙂

  276. When she does bigger then an A4 I put them on her bedroom door but if she does an A4 I put it in a frame and on her drawers and keep rotating 🙂

  277. The Best of the Best goes in large picture fame’s and mix and match as time goes by, change for new ones. Also love laminating their Artwork to use as placemates 🙂

  278. The fridge door is our artwork of the week display spot. Sometimes the fridge is covered top to bottom! Other artwork gets distributed to grandparents and auntys and uncles and in our artwork folder with month and year written on back for us to look back on. We love crayola!

  279. I put my grands artwork on a wall in my office at work with their picture. When they come by to see me they are excited to see I have their artwork on display. This way I have a little part of them with me all day. I love them and they love me back. 🙂

  280. I take pictures of my children’s art and print a few and place them in a frame. No clutter. And always on display.

  281. We have a dedicated art string going along one wall in our hallway (our main entrance). Kids and visitors love it!

  282. I stick the artwork on the fridge, on kitchen cupboards and bedroom doors. My boys love seeing their artwork around the house.

  283. I have artwork on my walls and stuck on my fridge plus a glass display cabinet in the lounge room for solid objects,running out of room fast though 🙂

  284. We display art in a variety of ways. We have art strung on strings with cute pegs, we have art on magnet boards and the fridge, we have it blu-tac’d to walls, we have art framed and we have art in display books. But most importantly we photograph our art! The very special pieces are kept in a tub, but the rest is photographed before it is removed, for future viewing pleasure 🙂

  285. My daughter’s bedroom has her artwork all hung up similar to a clotheslines along with the fridge. It is alternated. The rest goes into scrap books!

  286. We recently moved to our new house. Before we moved i bought a new pots and pans set, i was so excited i opened them right away! I instantly noticed the dividers to keep the pots and pans from scratching looked like flowers! We gave each one of our 4 kids (10y/o, and 3 y/o triplets) one to decorate for the wall… we hauled out our paint and the kids went on decorating… we now have them pinned on our wall as our favorite decoration!

  287. On the fridge, in frames on walls and as the wallpaper on my phone, tablet and laptop. That way they’re always with me.

  288. We have an entire wall dedicated to my daughters pictures (cheaper than wallpaper) and sooo original and meaningful

  289. I made a desk for the kids from our cot, and we have artwork displayed on a peg line above it, looks really effective and was very cheap!

  290. On canvas’ for special occasions ie father’s day and on the fridge for all to see my little boy loves drawing 🙂

  291. Laminating them for placemat keepsakes, wrapping presents with their artwork, making Christmas garland decorations, decorating homemade birthday cards, decorating shoes boxes to store their toys.

  292. At home, it’s on the fridge and if large artwork on the mirrored wardrobe doors in his room.
    At work I have a special board. 🙂

  293. I have a few ways I display my son’s artwork. I have a board hanging up in the kitchen that says “look what I did” with clips on it and I hang his best looking stuff there, we hang artwork on the refrigerator, and I am a school teacher so I also hang some of his art work up in my classroom (which he comes to visit and loves seeing his stuff hanging in my classroom). I have binders that I keep his artwork in for him to see when he gets older (this is where I retire his older pieces). My son loves to create things. He would absolutely love this set!

  294. We’ve got them everywhere possible including a lovely display in the recycling bin once they’ve been forgotten!

  295. We have a special wall in our kitchen just for the kid’s projects. If they are really special they put them on thier bedroom door.

  296. We put the art they draw up on the Fridge. Some pieces We have actually Framed and put up in the hallway or in the bedroom’s. I have one piece on Canvas in my Living room, That was made in the Classroom Beautiful Memories with each little piece they bring to me.

  297. The fridge, bedroom wall and wardrobe or takes pride of place on his nannas lounge room buffet if super special. Oh and of course, Facebook

  298. After we divide them up and send to family around country, the favourite ones go on the fridge before a photo to turn into slide show onto laptop. Then the others we have a few strings across one of his bedroom walls with little pegs and we hang them along his wall.

  299. We frame a lot of our kids art work and hang them around the house. We also have a wall dedicated to them where we let them paint a little mural. They get very creative and it actually looks quiet good!

  300. The most recent masterpieces go up on the fridge and we have a treasure box for the rest of the little treasures my darling girl has made.

  301. Put there art work on the fridge back of breakfast bar and in a folder on the coffee table so we can look back threw them

  302. We use them like wallpaper for the kids rooms there first art works have been framed and take pride of place in the lounge room. A handy tip if you stick butcher paper on kids wall they can draw with the crayolas and make room coulerful

  303. We have a massive whiteboard which we create and magnet master peices too! It’s double sided too so lots of friends can play too!! 🙂

  304. On our entrance wall. After the wall is full (a couple of months) we take a photo and the art goes into a box or to the grandparents, aunts and uncles. Big art gets used as wrapping paper 🙂

  305. My daughter loves being creative and she does so many pictures and crafty things. We place them on the fridge as well as we made a art gallery in the garage and in her room so she can see all the craft she’s done. We’ve also made a craft folder where we place all her older pieces in so that we can place her new craft works on the wall and art gallery.

  306. We display art work on a wall. We also gather his pictures on an A5 page then laminate them and make a place mats. I’ve photo graphed his art and we also display it on our digital picture frame and on my laptop as a wall paper.

  307. We use our children’s artwork for making cards & wrapping paper, also laminate for placemats and of course the fridge art gallery!

  308. The fridge and walls also at the moment have a large box which is Mr 4’s “Pirate ship” in the middle of lounge room .

  309. His first ever painting is framed and hung on his bedroom wall as it looks like a dog in an abstract way. Every other piece of art is in a massive folder. Some have been used as wrapping paper for grandparents presents.

  310. We lamanate our children’s lovely art pictures & stick a magnet on the back of the laminate to stick to our fridge & freezer

  311. We have a clear plastic sheet over the dining table and the art work goes underneath for display where we see it every day 🙂

  312. We display it on a cork board and on the fridge. The cork board sits on the kitchen bench wall when you walk in the house it’s the first thing you see!!

  313. I take a digital pic of my sons artwork and the we display it in a digital photo frame as well as a screen saver on our TV when listening to music. It also means we keep a record of what he has done. The originals hang in a frame for a while on our kitchen wall and then get boxed up. He loves seeing his art on our TV screen willlistento music instead of watching TV too

  314. We use the paintings as wrapping for presents thru the year. We also send pictures overseas to grandparents in pucture frames, so they can it.

  315. We put them up in the playroom, on the fridge and scrapbooks for each kiddo! Also the kids love painting on canvases and we have them up on display!

  316. We always put them on our fridge, but when new ones go up, the old have to go, so we put them in what we call a treasure box that I give back when the kids turn 18!

  317. My sons artwork is currently displayed on the fridge, but I am looking for a big old frame to attach 3 strings of wire across it to put pegs on to hold his creative pieces

  318. We put our 3yr old art work in his room or in his cupboard door his cupboard door is full of his beautiful paintings n art work n every time he see them he gets happy

  319. our craft is displayed either on fridge or on our kids own bedroom doors or walls…each piece is laminated to protect them…then when new crafts are made the older crafts are kept in their own treasure box for years to come.

  320. I have 10 frames hanging in his toy room and each month i change them with new ones and old ones go in a yearly folder

  321. We store our daughter’s artworks in a gallery book which is on display in the lounge room. She loves to grab it and show visitors.

  322. We have a clothesline draped across a wall in the lounge room and peg the art work onto that 🙂