Ah necessity, the mother of invention! :-)
My daughter is at the age where "ART" features prominently in her life - be it crayon, stickers, packing peanuts dipped in water and pressed on to poster board - you name it! I was starting to feel awash in her various creations, and growing increasingly tired of protecting her art from the exploratory nibblings of her 10 month old sister.
So today during the "something different" that used to be her nap time, we created an art gallery for the playroom. Voila!
I grabbed some stick-up hooks from the garage, a box of brightly colored binder clips from the desk, and a stretch of yarn from the sewing stash, and that was it. We threaded the clips on at regular intervals (about 14 inches apart), and I simply tied them off on loops to keep them from sliding around. I tied off two more loops at the ends to stretch between the hooks.
Super simple! Delighted child! No new slew of nail holes in the walls! So simple, and best of all - very nearly free! :-)
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