Learn how to Organize the Artwork in the Kids Room from Betsy Fein, professional organizer and owner of Clutterbusters.
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Betsy Fein: Hi, I am Betsy Fein with Clutterbusters and in this video we are going to be talking about how to organize your kid's rooms. Now in this segment, what I want to do is talk to you about how to organize all your kids art. I know that you sometimes feel you have a little Picasso in your house, but not all it should be staying in your house or it would full up whole house. So what I want to is tell you some tricks on what to keep and what not to keep. So you want to remember the three Fs. The first F is frame. Some art work really is good and you want to keep it. A couple options are, you can get Acrylic Frames and keep track of the art work. It is very easy to swap out the different art projects and it is a good way to store even the other projects behind, another option is you can frame it at a local framing company and hang it on the wall. Your kids will really appreciate the recognition that they got by showing it on the wall. The next F would be flush. So, not all the scribbles that your kids bring into the house should stay. So you need to decide to flush or to throw it out. The third F is to file. Some art may not be frame worthy but it may not also be flush worthy. So that option is to file it. You may want to make a creative box that you can do with your kids to keep track of some of that artwork. Now the last option that I want to talk to you about is taking a digital picture. You can take a digital picture of the art and then you can even make it into a card to send to the grandparents or just to have in file on you your computer. I hope you have enjoyed the video on how to organize your kid's room and I wish you luck on your project with your kids.