Today’s tutorial is how to take your child’s artwork and showcase it to create a memento. I am guessing your children have a ton of art they bring home. If you are a saver you have a lot of artwork to go through at the end of the year. Well our special guest is going to show you how to preserve it. Our guest of the week is Holly from 504 Main. I got to meet her at CHA in Los Angeles in February. So it is a privilege to invite her over to my house for the day. Take it away Holly.
I am BEYOND excited to be here at Beckie’s place today…like seriously, I am jumping up and down. I have followed Beckie since I first began blogging and even have a Roadkill Rescue hutch waiting for a Beckie makeover (oh to find the time for it all)!
Anyway, I am Holly, and 504 Main is my home away from home where I entertain, cook, create. I love making a mess and sometimes that turns into a brilliant craft…and sometimes not.
Saving the Kids Artwork
Tape (I used Gorilla Tape)
Hand saw or miter saw
Supplies: Adornments (optional)
- I used a school photo of my daughter and cut it into a circle.
So there you have it…a little way to save some of that
priceless artwork and a sweet way to commemorate a child’s school year!
Here are my favorite tutorials of Holly’s. Click over there to see more.