Posted by: organizationstation | May 4, 2011

What to do with all the Kids Artwork?

1.  Gather up the artwork and lay it on the floor (in a semi-circle) then
have the child lay down in the middle of the artwork and take a picture
from up above them. You then can let go of the original artwork because
you have a picture of it and you will also know how old your child was
when the picture was taken.
2.  Give the child a finite space to hang their artwork up, like a
bulletin board and have them decide when to change from one artwork to
another.  The decision is then put on them and you will know which ones
mean a lot to them.
3.  Use an archival storage box that is about 11 x 14 and 2 inches deep.
This should be the amount of artwork kept through the 6 years of artwork
the child should have.

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Responses

  1. Here’s a good option: 12×12 scrapbook organizer to store all your children’s artwork! http://www.organizeit.com/handy-scrapbook-organizer.asp

    Thanks for the great post!


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