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Framing the works of our little artists to save our walls

Maria SJB for Decoesfera

I had never thought about having creative children It was a problem for the stability of the walls of the house. It turns out that they are not only tremendously prolific, but they like display your work, as if the lounge walls, corridors or bedrooms were an art gallery.

The problem is that we cannot allow bore the walls at will to look like a gruyere cheese. And thinking, thinking it occurred to us that his works could be exhibited.

Maria SJB for Decoesfera

It's simple and kids love it. You can buy two or three frames or look in the trunk of memories some old frame very well-known that you have undone for being chipped or for missing a piece and paint it color that you like or golden, that seems to you that his works are museum.

Then we turn it over and with the help of a stapler, we will do a zig zag with a sturdy rope. And voila! with the help of some small tweezers wooden with animals can hang their drawings on the wall of the room next to the paintings of mom and dad, and above all they can change work as many times as they want.

Maria SJB for Decoesfera

Children happy that visitors see their work, teachers happy because we stimulate the creativity of children and we increase their self esteem and happy parents because the walls they are no longer pierced. Do you sign up to create a children's gallery at home?

Video: Framing 25 Years of Magic (December 2019).

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