Kim {Tidbits&Twine}
Kim {Tidbits&Twine}
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  • Danville, CA

Kid's Artwork Gallery Wall

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It was a sad day in the Tidbit household the other 7-year-old daughter declared that she no longer wants to be a Tooth Fairy when she grows up. For the last two years, she's been talking about Tooth Fairy college and waiting for her wings to grow, so this change of future occupation was a big deal! Thankfully, she has a new career path in mind and that is to become a fashion designer. Littlest is quite good at art {yes, I know I'm biased} and loves putting outfits together for herself, so I thought I'd do what I could to help her reach her goal. As part of my efforts, I decided to give her a gallery wall where she can showcase her designs!
All white frames and matting helps to make her artwork pop! It also means that she can swap out the drawings on a whim without worrying whether everything will still coordinate.
little girl s gallery wall, crafts, wall decor
Here's a look at the original croquis (design model) that I gave to my daughter. I simply printed these out on regular paper for her to draw on at her leisure.
little girl s gallery wall, crafts, wall decor
I'm pretty impressed that she designed this outfit! Not bad for seven years old, right?!
little girl s gallery wall, crafts, wall decor
I used crystal knobs and ribbon as an added detail to the gallery wall.
Since I simply downloaded the models and printed them on computer paper, I can easily print up more and she can swap out the designs.
I kept the overall layout simple but couldn't resist adding a few pops of turquois!

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