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You always want to keep and treasure every work of art your kids make – but when they’re making you an entire ream’s worth of scribbled art from month to month, you quickly realize you can’t hold on to everything. So here’s a good way to turn your toddler’s art into something you can proudly display for years to come, and not have to worry about buying extra refrigerators to hang everything on.
DIY Stencil Recycled Art Instructions:
- Original art created by your kiddo
- Mod Podge
- Foam Paintbrushes
- An idea or pattern to follow. Google “stencil pattern”- there’s some really good ones floating around.
DIY Framed Stencil Recycled Art Instructions:
- Prep your canvas
Paint your canvas and allow it to dry completely.
- Create your stencil
Cut your pattern out and stencil it onto the back of your scribble art. Then cut the scribble art into the shapes you need.
- Add your cutout scribble art pattern
Use Modpodge to glue your scribble art pattern onto the canvas and allow it to dry completely.
- Coat with Mod Podge
Coat the entire canvas in Mod Podge. Allow it to dry and repeat this step until you’re satisfied.
- Hang and enjoy!
This is such a fun way to turn your toddler’s artwork into a treasured keepsake.
This makes such a wonderful gift for grandparents, preschool teachers, or beloved caretakers. You’ll see your toddlers scribbles in a whole new light!
More ideas for recycling childrens art
Breathe new life into those old toddler art projects with one of these clever recycled kids art ideas…
- Make folded paper bracelets from Picklebums – stylish recycled wearable art? Yes, please!
- Create a set of process art play tiles for high-brow, next-level collage play even your toddler can get in on.
- Try recycled art heart pennant pins – the simplest scrap paper upcycle ever
- Turn old art into bookish play props using this genius art recycling idea from Litle Ladoo
- Recycle artwork into bookmarks from Handy with Scissors for Red Ted Art – give those old scribbles some purpose again!
- Repurpose your littles art into gifts with this collection of simple and spectacularly handy DIYs from The Craft Train
- Make handsewn heart decorations out of old melted crayon art with this fab tutorial from Oh Creative Day for The Craft Train
- These watercolor banners from Family Focus Blog are a lovely and festive way to decorate for any occasion while reusing what you have!