How to Save Your Child’s Artwork without the Clutter

DIY: How to Sew a Kids Bean Bag Chair

From those first dabbles in messy finger paints to those detailed grade school masterpieces, our children’s artwork is a true treasure trove. It’s amazing to watch the creative trajectory over time and the pride in their beaming little eyes when presenting their creations.  But like many parents, I struggle with organizing, sorting and displaying the mountains of artwork in our

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Meet Judith Raye Paintings

Giraffe Nursery Art from Judith Raye Paintings

We’re so excited to introduce you to Judith Raye Paintings! Judith is a self-taught artist who specializes in creating art that she calls “dreamscapes for children.” Her goal is for her art to be a whimsical complement to your nursery decor […]

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Organize with Urbio + Giveaway

I was always a crafty kind of kid, and I’d really like to instill the same love of making things in my kids. Recently, I realized we just weren’t doing enough of the crafty stuff I loved as a child. Maybe it had something to do with the fact that all of their art supplies were packed up in a

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Vendor Spotlight: Jenny Dale Designs

Nursery Artwork by Jenny Dale Designs

Meet Jennifer Stables from Jenny Dale Designs. Through her business, Jennifer celebrates the joy and wonder of childhood in her art. […]

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Handmade Decor

Using handmade decor is a great way to add character to your home and make it feel uniquely yours. Decorating with your children’s own artwork helps to make their rooms reflect their bright and blooming personalities. I personally love it when a child’s room is a reflection of them. Layered over time as they grow. Some things stay, some things

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Cool Tips to Preserve Your Child’s Artwork

A few weeks ago, I wrote a post mentioning a unique way of preserving your child’s art by creating a mosaic collage. It got me thinking of other ways to organize all your little Picasso’s works of art that may be accumulating in a box at the back of your closet (that would be me). These are a few ideas to

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