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Project 4: Kids’ artwork. Plenty more is about to come home from this year’s art classes, so you’d better make room.Designate the amount you can save — say, one plastic bin or one drawer or one large scrapbook’s worth. Go through everything with your kids — keep the pieces that mean the most to everyone and toss the rest. You can document artwork with your digital camera or scanner as you go so you won’t feel as though the work you’re tossing will be gone forever.Turn it into a project. Collect photos and scans in a digital book, create a scrapbook of original works or buy a bunch of inexpensive frames and mats to create a children’s art gallery wall. Designate one bin or a large scrapbook and keep only what can fit. You can always keep copies of the rest digitally.Make this curation process a yearly tradition when new art projects start coming through the door. Kids will be excited to show off their new works and be more willing to let the old stuff go.
Placed end to end or stacked horizontally in rows, the magnetic pieces can be placed in an arrangement that’s tailored to suit your space and needs. Here, the homeowner uses magnetic clips to hold artwork, making it easy to manage an ever-changing collection.