Friday, June 5, 2009

Preschool Art Storage

If you have a preschooler, you know the masses of artwork they bring home each week. We started storing Taylor's art in a large box when she started preschool a year ago. This week, she moved up to another class, so I decided to compile our favorite pieces into a binder that we will keep. I simply purchased a 2" binder and a pack of 100 page protectors at Target. I also got the adorable Crayola embellishments! I just love the scissors and glue! The coordinating ribbon that looks like a Crayola crayon is adorable! I then used my Cricut and my Base Camp cartridge to cut the letters for the cover. The spine is printed on yellow cardstock with the same title. I cut most of her artwork to fit into the page protectors. I might frame a few other pieces and we will keep some displayed in our "gallery" (I'll post about that sometime soon...).

So, there ya have it! An easy, simple, affordable way to store and cherish your children's artwork.


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