*This post was done in partnership with Framebridge, still all opinions remain 100% my own.
If there is one thing I love collecting (besides shoes) it’s my children’s artwork. My boys’ art is so so special to me. It is a true reflection of how they see the world + the cute colorful characters they always draw remind me of how innocent and pure their hearts are, and that is something I want to cherish forever.
Every year at the end of the school year Ev & Mason bring a ton of new art home for the summer. I usually display it all around the house, mostly on the fridge and pantry door. I’m sure you guys have seen a few peeks of it on Instagram.
This summer, however, I decided to be a bit more practical and do something with the art that would not only display it beautifully, but also preserve it a bit better.
I chose five of my favorite pieces and sent them out to Framebridge for framing! You guys, I could not be happier with the way they turned out. The people at Framebridge truly do such an amazing job. The art looks amazing and is fitted on each frame so perfectly.
My frames were all delivered so quickly and arrived in perfect condition. Trust me when I say they make sure to pack these frames up extra securely! I love that!
How to Frame Children’s Artwork
For starters, I went on framebridge.com and chose the “Original Art” option. With this option you are able to upload a copy of your art and preview it on different frames to see which fits best.. Once you’ve picked your frame and added the correct measurements for each art piece, you are ready to check out. In just a few days Framebridge will mail you envelopes and all other necessary supplies to send your original art back to them. It’s all so securely packaged so no need to worry about your art being damaged.
Displaying Ev & Mason’s art is very important to me. It shows them that their creativity is valued by mom & dad + it builds their confidence. Those happy faces up there are real y’all. Both Ev & Mase are thrilled to see how much I love their work. Which reminds me, displaying my children’s artwork it’s also just a sweet gesture that makes them feel loved.
Thank you for stopping by!