A simple frame and two heavy duty closet rod shelf brackets make a perfect setting for your ambitious little artist. Make sure brackets go secuely into studs because a lot of force can be done by a small child when he/she pulls the paper down. You also might want to add an outside door rug in front to catch scribbles that would otherwise end on the floor – or if the child is slightly older maybe they might want to paint and it will catch drippings. What a great idea!
~Have a coloring contest with the kids – print as a 8″ x10″
~Print four per page and use different colored pastel papers and then attach side by side for garland going across
~Print four per page and use different colored pastel papers and then attach top to bottom for garland going up and down
~Print twelve per page and use as scrapbook garnishment
~Print twelve per page and use as pin on name cards
~Print twelve per page and use as table name cards
Anything else anyone can think of post in comments….. I am sure the creative people can come up with lots of ideas!
Make your favorite cupcakes and ice (anything would work for these). Make circles about four inches in diameter with a stencil (or use a lid of a jar about the size desired). Make the hands of the clock out of black construction paper and glue them down and them glue fake gem or sequin on top. Glue toothpick to the back of clock and stick it into the top of the cupcake.