No...FRAME 'EM. You'll be so glad you did. I saved alot of my daughters and framed them and they are among my most prized possessions.
oh, definitely frame them! Or save them and compile them with some of their other works and make a book from one of those online sites. I love doing that with the stuff my boys have shared with me over the years!
Fridge worthy in deed. My mom used to hang them on the fridge, then put them in page protectors and kept a binder full. Kinda cool to go through as I got older.
I love young art:-)
Swirl Girl...Close - I live in Stuart (about 15 mins north of Jupiter). I love it here!
You might just have to frame those masterpieces. It's so fun to color...I miss it!
definitely worthy of being on the fridge!!
Wow, so beautiful!I agree with Glenda. You can get cheap frames at IKEA.
My fridge is COVERED in pictures!! I just love'em!
I love that these simple things can brighten a day, don't you?
I love all the one's on my fridge too!!
My youngest LOVES to draw pictures for me. And I have piles and piles of them. Because we have a stainless fridge - and magnets don't work on it. I need to figure out what to do with them...
Awwww... "fridge worthy" indeed!
I love the one on the left where the arms look like wings...
Is it weird that they can totally draw better than I can?
They are beautiful! And I love the phrase "fridge worthy." Great!
Cute, cute drawings! I love it when my boys spend time drawing because 1. it keeps them busy and quiet for a while and 2. they produce the coolest creature. Boys drawings are not usually cute and pretty though...at least not mine. They draw monsters and creatures with extra eyeballs and appendages. Very cool, but freaky.
"Fridge-worthy" - I love that! I've never heard anyone use that term before. You commented before me on SITS, so I thought I'd just come up and say hello (even though they didn't tell us to do that today). I must have woken up in a rebellious mood. Happy Sunday SITSta!
WHat lovely pictures!
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