Interchangeable Gallery Wall for Kid's Artwork

Crafty Goodness and a Giveaway {scroll to the bottom for the giveaway's super easy to enter!}

If you have kids in your life chances are they are always either bringing home artwork or papers from school or they're busy at home creating works of art.  In either case the refrigerator can get filled up pretty quickly with all of their creativity and awesomeness.  If this sounds familiar it's so easy and inexpensive to create a fully Interchangeable Gallery Wall for their artwork using Duck Tape frames.

How to Make An Interchangeable Gallery Wall for Kid's Art

How to Make an interchangeable gallery wall for kid's artwork with Duck TapeThis is a great craft to make with kids.  My youngest son helped me out and he had a blast.  He would have made 20 of these if I didn't stop him.  Each "frame" takes less than 5 minutes to make.  This is easy enough for even younger ones with some help with the scissors and lining up the Duck Tape but because this is for kids and by kids it does not have to be perfect.  

Supplies needed for Interchangeable Art Frames made with Duck Tape

Supplies:Multiple Rolls of Duck Tape patterns

Duck Tape - as many different patterns as you want! 

Sheet protectors - I have hundreds of these and used to buy them in bulk but you can find them at office supply stores in packages of 10 if you don't want to overdo it.


OneMeasure a length of Duck Tape to go across the edge of the sheet protector with the binder holes.  Cut to size and eye up approximately the halfway point of the tape (width wise) and place evenly across the edge then flip the sheet protector over, fold the Duck Tape in half and secure to the back side.  (There's a video at the end that will make this step make sense).


Cover the other side and the sealed end in the same fashion.  Save the side with the opening (this is where you'll be inserting your works of art) for last.three

When you get to the last side, the one with the opening, place the tape on one side ONLY so that the opening isn't sealed shut (again, the video will help with this step).

Crafting with kids - Duck Tape Interchangeable Art Gallery at

That's it!

Now gather up your frames and artwork and display them.  


Interchangeable Gallery Wall for Kid's Artwork made with Duck Tape at cupcakesandcrinoline.comThese frames are very lightweight.  I attached a binder clip to the top center and then hung the frames by the clips to the wall with a simple push pin.  

For more fun Duck Tape craft ideas check out their Pinterest Board right here.

Now for the Giveaway Info

If you would like to win some awesome printed Duck Tape for yourself all you have to do is leave me a comment below letting me know what Project from the ===>>> Duck Tape Pinterest Page <=== is something you would like to craft! The winner will be drawn randomly before August 29th, 2016.  Open to residents of the continental U.S. only.  

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  1. Steph @ The Silly Pearl says:

    I like the art caddy (and your frames of course!)

    1. Mary Beth says:

      Thanks so much, Steph!

  2. Oh my gosh this is so cute! What a clever idea MB!

    1. Mary Beth says:

      Thanks so much, Malia! xo

  3. Rachel Hinderliter says:

    What a great idea! And i love the duct tape pencil cases!

    1. Mary Beth says:

      Thank you, Rachel! I love the pencil cases, too. I think I need one for makeup. 🙂

  4. Lindsay AFM says:

    This is such a fun idea! My daughter would love to make these!

    1. Mary Beth says:

      Thank you, Lindsay! They have so many pretty girlie son chose the guy ones but I would have loved to make some with the other patterns as well.

  5. Great idea! So many ideas and very creative. My grandkiddos will love this!

    1. Mary Beth says:

      Thank you, Meegan! It would be fun for the grandkids!

  6. Amy Anderson says:

    That Duck Tape logo is hilarious! So cute!

    1. Mary Beth says:

      He will be thrilled someone noticed! 🙂 Thanks so much, Amy.

  7. Amy Latta says:

    Monster backpacks for the win!! Too fun!

  8. Donna Raye says:

    the pencil toppers are so cute

  9. I really love the book covers and pencil toppers

    1. Mary Beth says:

      A very cute choice!

  10. the backpacks are so cute

    1. Mary Beth says:

      I agree - they are cute!

  11. the backpack idea is so cute!