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Do your kids love arts and crafts? Do they spend a lot of time at school making pictures that they bring home that pile up on the counter or take over the fridge? Save space and reduce clutter by creating this fun kid’s art display scrapbook to hold your child’s artwork.
Kids Art Display Scrapbook
School is starting soon and my daughter, Chloe will be entering Kindergarten next month. She is super excited to finally start school and I will admit I am excited to have little more time to myself during the daytime this fall.
When Chloe attended preschool last year one of the things I noticed was that her teachers sent her home from school with all the artwork she created during class.
Chloe loves arts and crafts, so during her free play time she would draw lots of pictures and come home with several works of art every day.
These pictures would inevitably end up all over the house, my car and filled up her backpack.
Obviously, she didn’t want to put any of these masterpieces in the recycle bin but I quickly ran out of space to display them.
I decided this school year I would create a scrapbook to collect her favorite pieces of art.
When she brings home art projects and drawings that she doesn’t want to get rid of but there isn’t space on the fridge, we can put them in the scrapbook instead so that they can be saved.
We headed to Walmart to pick up some new school and art supplies for Chloe. They have everything you need conveniently displayed in the Back to School area of the store.
We bought Scotch® Super Hold Tape specifically for this project. It has 50% more adhesion so it’s great for labeling. It delivers a strong bong on contact. It shows up practically transparent and is safe for photos too.
Supplies for Kids Art Display Scrapbook
- Art drawing pad
- Scotch® Super Hold Tape
- Markers, construction paper and other art supplies
Directions for Kids Art Display Scrapbook
- Cover the front of the art pad with construction paper and decorate it with your child.
- Use Scotch® Super Hold Tape
- to secure the cover to the book.
- Attach pages to the book by taping them in place with the Scotch® Super Hold Tape
- Use the tape to label the pictures in the book and also to label school supplies with your child’s name.
Have you started shopping for back to school supplies at Walmart yet?
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