While mattes are an important element of framing original art, they're not always necessary for dressing up children's pieces. To ensure the intended effect of children's drawings or paintings is achieved, remove matte inserts to keep the full surface of each piece showcased properly.
Gray Girl's Bedroom With Framed Finger Painting and Colorful Twin Bed
This fun girl's bedroom features colorful framed finger paintings above each of the twin beds. A gold and white polka dot comforter covers the bed, while decorative pillows –– including a gold and white striped and multicolored pom pom pillows –– provide a fun accent.
Pink, Gray and Gold Girl's Bedroom With Twin Beds and Polka Dot Comforters
This lively kids' bedroom features two twin beds dressed in white and gold polka dot comforters. Colorful pom pom throw pillows decorate the beds, while framed finger paintings hang above. Faux fur rugs at the foot of each bed add a cozy touch to the deep brown hardwood floors.
Pink and Gold Girl's Bedroom With Colorful Pillows and Paintings
This fun girls' bedroom features two twin beds, each covered in pink and yellow patterned upholstery and dressed in gold polka dot bed linens. Colorful pillows, inkling a pom pom throw pillow, decorate the bed, while framed finger paintings hang above each bed. Faux fur rugs are positioned at the foot of each bed.
If your table runners are too nice for sticky fingers, then give the little ones materials to make their own. Protect your tabletop with white butcher paper; then unfurl a roll of 12-inch brown craft paper down the center and cut it to size with scissors. Supply the kids with crayons, and let them draw while they snack. Once the party is over, the runner can then be cut up into pieces and framed as keepsakes or favors for guests.