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This Gallery Wall For Your Kids' Artwork Is a Cinch to Update Every Time They Bring Home a New Masterpiece

by Rachael Ray Show Staff 12:57 PM, June 21, 2018

Aired June 21, 2018

If you have kids, you probably have a huge collection of their artwork laying around your house.

Because let's face it, as much as you want to showcase their talents, hanging artwork can take a lot of effort -- and legitimately framing it actually doesn't make much sense if they're going to bring home new masterpieces every week.

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Well, John Colaneri of HGTV's "Cousins" is about to make your life a whole lot easier (and cuter!) with his trick for making easily removable wall "frames."

His secret? Washi tape -- which is basically decorative tape.

"It's Japanese printed tape, and it's very, very cool," Rach explains. "[And] you don't care if you can see the tape, because the tape's the decoration."

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See what they mean?
 


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This way, every time your kiddo comes home with new art, you can easily swap out the old for the new -- or just keep adding to a gallery wall!

Watch the video above to see John demonstrate how to create the temporary "frames," using an x-acto knife.