Make A Craft Station From Pegboard
Kids’ craft usually involves glue, glitter and paint so it often gets messy, but you can keep order by using pegboard.
Cut it into the shape of your child’s first initial and use this letter as a wall-mounted craft station to put tools on show when they are not in use.
Lay out everything you want to hang on the pegboard before cutting the letter to make sure it fits. Take a picture or make a sketch to use as a reference when it comes to hanging the items.
Colourful tools can make cute display pieces
Give junior artists a shelf to store and display their pencils and other tools of the trade, and clip artworks to the front to make a mini gallery.
The fastest, simplest way to put up a shelf DIY is to use an adhesive that’s up to the job. You’ll need an ultra-strong, water-based adhesive like Sika MaxTack, which forms a strong bond after three seconds.
Items can also be repositioned for up to five minutes and it cleans up easily with water.
Give junior artists a shelf to store and display their pencils and other tools of the trade