A few months ago, I read a funny article on words that parents make up to describe a situation. And if I could remember where I read this, I would definitely give credit. Garbaflage totally hit home because my husband and are I always trying to secretly dispose of the excess artwork, papers, stickers, goodie bag trinkets, etc...that seem to overtake the house. I mean, where do you draw the line? When your entire kitchen is being engulfed in paper? When you find chalk in your make-up bag? What do you keep? What do you toss?
My recent favorite home item purchase comes at the price of $14.99, but the outcome is priceless. These artwork display frames can store artwork as they are hinged and you can rotate masterpieces as needed. When displayed in a group, I think they work pretty well on our kitchen wall, above the mini me toy kitchen. How do you organize and store your child's art?
Oh, and don't be fooled here. My oldest child, and by old I mean 44, couldn't resist joining in the fun and displaying his own art (see upper right corner). Always a child at heart (insert Jim Halpert face).