1. Thanks Kristin. Mine isn’t that close either. I have to drive for 45 minutes ๐Ÿ˜‰ but it’s not bad.

  1. we had that in our last house for the kids art and i LOVED it! but here, we didn’t have the right place for it. i tried it in the hallway but every time we walked through things moved… i love it on her wall with the stripes- looks awesome!!!

  2. I love all her artwork and the way you displayed it! My sister used the same system from IKEA to hang her sons pieces. I want to do something similar when my daughter learns how to actually use crayons instead of just eating them ๐Ÿ˜‰

  3. I would have never thought to use that rod in this way. I have one in my closet that was used as a room divider when I had a studio. I may have to dig that baby out.

  4. Again, great idea! You treasure trove of inspiration! Can I copy? ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. Love the IKEA Skarum rainbow pillows they are bright and fun! IKEA always has great accessories for kids spaces. Her artwork and the way you displayed it looks beautiful in her room! ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. Love it, Love it, Love it! I have a friend who also used 3 levels of the Dignitet in her girl’s bathroom. She hung all of their hair ribbons and clips on it in rainbow order! So much fun!!


  7. Striking painting, I love it. Her expression is so well captured.
    This is beautiful. Really enjoyed catching up with your blog. What a great painting. There were so many amazing views – I could have painted many more too
    it’s very nice blog, keep wondorfull and sharing your blog.
    Edmonton Painters
    Painters Edmonton

  8. Your little artist is brilliant like her mom! Love the art and the oh-so-smart way to display it!!! xo

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