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Daddy Troy demonstrates a great solution for displaying your kid's artwork in your home. Using curtain rods from Ikea and ...
some cool hanging clamps, you can create a rotating gallery to feature your kiddo's brilliant art.
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Welcome back to Gear Daddy. I am your host Daddy Troy.
Today, I am going to show you how to hang your kid’s art in your home. This whole week has been sponsored by Baby Bjorn, they are kids’ sunglasses and we are giving tons of this away. So, stick around until the end of the program and I will tell you how to get some.
You guys know that I love IKEA, well I found a great deal I had this week. Do this curtain rods and hangers that I am using to hang my kid’s art. They are really easy to install. You need a screwdriver or some sort of drill. You also need some sort of mounting hardware to put into your wall.
I have to put these at a hardware store. This is a sheet rock screw, anybody at a hardware store can help you find one of these, they are not hard to put in and you finally, also want a level to make sure that you are installing it in an attractive fashion. So, what I really like about these is that it is really easy to change your kid’s art every week.
On Friday, when he or she brings home their art. You can take down the old art and you can put up the new art. I have chosen to mount these down at the child’s level so that he or she can really appreciate it and makes your house look like an art gallery. And even the short one right here, can take something as large as a poster board.
Well, that is all this week for Gear Daddy. Remember this whole week has been sponsored by Baby Banz and Kids Banz, sunglasses are really important for eye health if you want to keep looking at art the rest of your life.
We are giving away tons of kids’ sunglasses this week so go to dadlabs.com and back on Tuesday, daddy clay started the discussion about the lounge in which do you share pictures of your kids online or not?
If you have entered that discussion. You are automatically registered to win some of the Baby Banz. We will see you next week on Gear Daddy at dadlabs.com.