Just because you love your kids, that doesn't mean you have to
love the artwork that strays onto the wall or couch.
Learn to embrace childhood's spontaneous sense of creativity
with photo gifts from retro-mod Photojojo.
Their re-stickable, premium vinyl decal frames take your tot's
take on Picasso, Pollock or Matisse beyond the fridge door and turn
it into an instant showpiece. The decals can be removed or
re-positioned (while leaving your paint and artwork intact), so you
can switch things up any time your kiddo brings home something
And, if you're looking for something equally cool without
commitment, their Photo Corner Stick'Ums are ideal for random odds
and ends like photos, love notes, window clings, to-do lists,
making book covers and any other DIY project you can think of since
each low-tack adhesive corner-shaped piece won't damage surfaces,
including laptops, windows, walls and more.
That being said, I've found that when it comes to my
preschooler's construction paper creations, using either the vinyl
frames or the Stick'Ums is a big no-no. Don't try it, unless you
want to give both the art and the decals a one-way trip to the
Until then, fish for the fridge handles, rotate the couch
cushions, and pretend you don't notice the swirls, scribbles and
errant marker smears along the chair rail.
Maria Pilar Clark is a mom times two and Windy City-based writer.
See more of Pilar's stories here.
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