Some good places to showcase images of children's drawings include a kids art display wall in the home, a bulletin board, along a wire, floating wall shelves, a photo book, the ArtKive mobile application and digital picture frames, notes ArtfulParent.com. These options display children's artwork in a creative way and makes it easy for parents to switch out artwork as children continue to grow.
A children's art display wall can be created by removing the backing and glass from thrift store frames. The frames are then hung on the wall around the artwork. Other options for the art display wall include frame wall stickers, corkboards, pants hangers, chalkboards and clipboards.
Families can take a wire curtain rod system or stretch a wire along the walls of a room to display artwork and then clip the artwork along the wires to showcase certain pieces.
Parents with smartphones can download the ArtKive application to store images of their children's artwork. The images can be tagged with the child's name, the creation date and a description. Parents can also order a photo book of chosen artwork directly from the app. Photo websites, such as Shutterfly.com, also offer a selection of different photo books that can be used to create displays of artwork.