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My Art Gallery® For Kids Review and #Giveaway #HGG

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My Art Gallery
        Every child loves to color at one point and time in their life!  My boys absolutely love to do crafts of any sort at home.  Dane especially loves creating pieces of art while at school and at home.  He has his own desk and creative art nook in his room where he spends hours creating "masterpieces"!


        What has become a huge pain for me is finding a creative place to store these works of art.  We've attempted the hanging things on the fridge but it just looks messy and chaotic.  Plus I'm lucky if half the construction paper stays in place with the magnets.  I've got several papers taped up on doors and cabinets but again, it still looks sloppy.

        The artwork that doesn't get posted just ends up cluttered on our counter and there is so much we can barely eat there!  It's honestly gotten to a point where I've given up on my house looking organized.  However, my prayers seemed to have been answered when I was asked to review My Art Gallery® for Kids!

        My Art Gallery® is an awesome system which helps any parent (and child) display their art work in a unique way.  Not only can the artwork be displayed on the fridge using it's powerful magnetic strip, it can be displayed mounted to any flat wall surface.  The cool thing is the three frames are deigned using a hook and strap system which means you can reorganize them easily depending on the style you want for the artwork.

        What's also great is artwork can be slid into each frame easily AND each frame can hold up to 35 pieces for storage or rotation on display.  Plus, if you run out of room there, the My Art Gallery® actually comes packaged in a beautiful (and large) keepsake box for additional storage.  I love the overall creative design of this as well with the bright colors.

        This whole product from packaging to display is a great idea for parents.  This has truly been an organizational life saver!  The whole house loves this as well as all the guests we have had over since it first arrived.  We've begun filling each of the frames and have this on our fridge currently.  However, we are possibly thinking of moving it to the living room for display OR buying a second one to have in the house.

Available to purchase/Cost:  $39.99 My Art Gallery 
Recommendation:   I LOVE this product and think it is great for most any family!  The price point is beyond great for the quality of product and honestly think this is a must have for any household with kids.  I would definitely recommend grabbing yourself one OR purchasing one for the family you know on your Christmas list.
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Giveaway:  My art Gallery is going to give one of A Lucky Ladybug's lucky readers a My Art Gallery for kids to have of their own!
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20 comments:

  1. Mine are older so it would be when they visit. I'd say it's having them know when is enough with the dogs. I have two dogs and they tolerate the children ok.

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  2. The biggest struggle is watching them when they are hurting.

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  3. Getting them to listen is my biggest struggle, to do what they are told the first time, not time 100!!

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  4. Your blog is family friendly, family fun, has great information, reviews, giveaways, keep it going:)

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  5. My biggest struggle is to get my son to sleep.

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  6. My 5 kids are all teens or older so my biggest struggle is getting them all in the same place at once..lol

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  7. My biggest struggle is letting them work through a problem without me trying to fix it.

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  8. One of my biggest struggles is to get them to clean up after themselves.

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  9. the biggest struggle for my 4 year old right now is bedtime.not wanting to go to bed when told

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  10. Right now, I only have a teen at home and my biggest struggle is teen sass. Sometimes I can't believe that I carried this stranger inside of my tummy and went through labor pain and all of the love and hugs of childhood! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  11. My biggest struggle is to get them to take care of their things and do their chores! Thank you for the wonderful giveaway! girlygirlugh at gmail dot com

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  12. My daughter is great! Not many struggles, mostly just telling the truth when she's in trouble

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  13. My biggest struggle is keeping them busy and active. Now a days all they want is tv and video games

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  14. biggest struggle is keeping them busy

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  15. My daughter is the only child and getting her to listen to me is hard as she gets older she thinks she knows it all!

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  16. My biggest struggle is for them to follow orders and pay attention.
    Brittney House BBrittBrat1398@yahoo.com

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  17. i love the layout and the pretty three leaf clovers as well

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  18. Brushing teeth has always been a struggle. She'll do it on her own now, but she isnt that good at it

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  19. Bed time can be very difficult sometimes.

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  20. My biggest struggle right now is sibling rivalry. Even though one is a boy and one is a grail they always want whatever toy the other is playing with. Sometimes I actually feel like crying
    Laurie Emerson
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

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