What do you do with your endless supply of artwork made with love by your child? WSJ Journalist ELIZABETH GARONE set out to answer this question. In her article Drawing Inspiration From the Refrigerator, Garone provides four specific ideas as to what you can do with your child’s creative masterpieces: turn them into jewelry, fabric, stuffed animals, or tote bags. She breaks down the service, cost, and process for all 4 ideas in a graphic chart.
Although Oster is a little too young to be designing original work, it’s good for me to start thinking about what to do with it all once his creativity kicks into high gear.