I recently stumbled upon the idea of using a Dynamic Frame for displaying kid’s art. The frame has a latch that easily opens so that you can insert a new drawing. That way you can change out the artwork whenever there’s a new creation ready to be displayed.
On top of that, the Dynamic Frame acts as an album, storing up to 50 drawings at a time. So not only is this a good way to display the child’s art, it reduces clutter too.
Dynamic Frames start at $25 and go up, so they aren’t the cheapest products out there, but they definitely beat slapping the kid’s art up on a refrigerator.