By now, kids have made a lot of artwork during their first week of in-home studies. What do you do with all of it? How do you organize and display it all without a million things taped to the walls?

How to make an interchangable Art Display Quilt with just two classroom staples - this is the best way to display art and keep it protected from classroom spills or damage

I found this idea on Pinterest yesterday and thought it was too good not to share. It comes from the Sugar*Spice* & Glitter blog of a Montessori teacher.


  • Gallon sized Ziploc bags,
  • Duck tape of any sort will do, although the fancy, decorative tape in the video does add a bit of flare.
  • Scissors
  • Hole punch
  • Hook hangers
  • String or ribbon, optional

NOTE: I know this one is interchangeable, put if you sealed in the pictures and maybe did it on a smaller scale, this would be the perfect thing to place in the window of a friend or loved one in a nursing facility/rehab center/rest home during this time of social distancing.

See the blog post and tutorial video here. If you do make your own, feel free to share an image in the comments section below.

HAPPY MONDAY! Sanitize your hands, door knobs, phones, tablets, etc. and as always… BE KIND to one another! Enjoy making beautiful artwork and memories today!

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