These three-dimensional displays provide a unique way to showcase
your child's artwork.
Select an empty cereal box. Put a few rocks (or other kind of weight)
in the bottom of the box and tape the top shut. Cover the box with
plain paper, such as plain newsprint or the reverse side of wrapping
paper. Attach your child's artwork to the front and back of the box.
Set the box on a table so that both sides are easy to see.
Collect a coffee can or a round oatmeal box for this display. Trim
your child's artwork to fit around the container. Wrap the artwork
around the container and tape it in place. Place the Round-About Art
anywhere-on a special shelf, by the door, on your desk, wherever you
would like a colorful display of your child's art. If you wish, use
the decorated container as a pencil holder.
You will need a box large enough for your child to sit in for
this display. If the box is big enough, cut a door on one side
of it and a window on the other. Arrange your child's artwork
all over the inside, outside, and top of the box. Encourage
your child to sign his or her name on the door. Place a pillow
inside the box and encourage your child to relax inside his
or her personal Art Gallery.