Arts and Crafts RoomTransitional Kids, Salt Lake City
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8. Clever display grid. A grid of painted plywood affixed to the wall becomes an ingenious storage solution for kids’ artwork with the simple addition of bulldog clips and clipboards. Swapping out artwork is easy when all you need to do is clip and unclip.
9. Make space for summer crafts. A dedicated space for arts and crafts can provide screen-free entertainment and a creative outlet — and it’s not just for kids! Even if you must work all summer, having a space to devote to a hobby can re-energize and inspire you.10. Organize and put away school papers. If you do have kids, at the end of the school year, it can be tempting to jump right into summer. But taking the time to sort through each child’s school things will help prevent clutter from piling up, and you can start the summer fresh. Sort through the papers, artwork and projects from the year, choosing the best representative pieces (and those that most pull at your heartstrings) to save in a portfolio or document box and then recycling the rest. If you want to preserve more than you can keep, consider scanning the artwork into your computer and creating a photo book with the pictures. Get the clutter-clearing basics