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Wexel Art

Since Madison has started school, I have more artwork than I know what to do with. Times that by two kids, and you can imagine what my refrigerator looks like.  However, I have found a new product that makes my life easier.

Wexel Art allows you to display your children’s artwork the way it should be — as art.  As you can see from the picture on the left here, I was able to show off Madison’s artwork (yes, she’s only 6, and I have to admit that this picture is pretty darn good!).  I love my Wexel Art frame so much that I’m considering picking up a few more of these, so I can display more than just one of her art pieces!

It took Bill around 5 minutes or so (Will took one of the screws and ran away with it so it could have been a tad quicker without that delay) to install on the wall.  It comes with high power magnets to hold your artwork up.  I do have to stress that they magnets are truly very strong, and if you have younger children, these need to be out of their reach.   These frames do come in two sizes:  11.75″ x 11.75″ frame or 11.75″ x 19″ frame.  You can get the size that truly fits your space and artwork!  This is definitely a talking point in your house, and everybody will ask you where you got them!  Best of all, it takes less than a minute to change out the artwork.

Now, I have to decide which size of frame I want, so I can finish putting these down my hallway!

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2 thoughts on “Wexel Art”

  1. Congrats the picture looks very nice, and that's an ingenious way to display pictures and photos. Best part is that you can change is whenever you want. It's not a digital frame, but sure it's cheaper 🙂

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