Cheap Kids Artwork Display

April 5, 2010

If you’re like us you have lots of artwork from your kids around the house but no great way to show it off. Between daycare and home projects our son has built up a kids portfolio of arts & crafts. Before this weekend it was stored away in a big folder but now we can put it up where we can enjoy it.

We had an empty wall that we wanted to use to show off his creations but hadn’t come up with a good way to display it. My wife saw an idea she liked online, so she went to Target last weekend and bought two plain, black curtain rods.

As you can see from the picture the hoops make it easy to put up and take down his artwork and the price was right!

Here are some other useful frugality articles and posts on several other money topics to help start off your week.


Get Free Tax Advice by Calling 1-800-829-1040 @ Generation X Finance
How Long Does it Take to Get Your Tax Refund Back? @ My Dollar Plan
How to File Taxes For Less or Free @ Free From Broke


Making an Early IRA Withdrawal From Vanguard @ My Money Blog
How to Invest With Inflation on the Way @ Consumerism Commentary


3 Disadvantages of Ready Made Meals and TV Dinners @ The Digerati Life
Stop Wasting Time & Start Clipping Coupons! @ Fiscal Fizzle
Live Like the Jones, Without Keeping Up @ Money Ning
6 Simple Tricks to Save $1000 On Coffee Per Year @ Being Frugal

Personal Finance

How To Organize Electronic Financial Documents @ Bargaineering
How Big is Your Financial Safety Net? @ Million Dollar Journey


Confessions of a Gadget Junkie @ Get Rich Slowly
The High Cost of Debt @ Free Money Finance
Simple Ways to Improve Your Debt Management Skills @ Good Financial Cents
Job Loss, Save Money or Get Out of Debt? @ Debt Free Adventure
Five Simple Habits That Will Help You Avoid The Debt Trap @ Five Cent Nickel
Don’t Let Debt Dictate Your Life. @ My Two Dollars

Real Estate

Tips for Selling a Home in a Down Market @ Frugal Dad

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