Displaying art work is a staple for any art educator.  I've always been bothered when I hang art and I put holes in children's work whether its small holes from staples or pins.  It just makes me crazy.  Then the idea hit me to use clothing pins with thumb tacks glued to the back.  Making it movable for the size of the art work, minimal coverage over the art and best of all, no holes!

This instuctable will show you the how to and the results of this art work saver!

Step 1: Materials Needed

Wooden Clothespins
Thumb Tacks
Spray Paint Color of your choice
Hot Glue Gun & Glue
Glitter (optional)
nice idea there poofrabbit
Thanks, I know it's so super simple but sometimes we need the super simple to help us out in life! :)
i know right

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