8 Reviews (5 out of 5 Grommets)
This is a great way to showcase kids pictures or the tops of calendars or anything else that comes into your life. Easy to change easy to use. Love it
I love, love love this. It takes a messy fridge to an art gallery.
I bought these for each of my 5 grand kids for Christmas and they immediately started displaying their masterpieces. The frames are very, very nicely made. I definitely recommend them and plan to buy more as gifts.
Great quality. Bought 2more for gifts. For young mothers
My artists grandchildren are having a great time displaying their pictures and work for the family to admire. This is a great idea, and a great product.
I gave three of these to my son and daughter in law to display the art work of their 3 daughters. They received them with excitement and very positive expectations. I can't wait to visit their home to see them displayed. We were all happy with the quality and size of the frame and opening. Another daughter expressed interest in these for her kindergarten classroom. Great product!
I've been looking for art work for my 20 month old son's room and didn't want to buy something that is too baby like or might look too old... What a great find to display his own art as he grows!
I'm waiting for the restocking to buy for my friends with babies as they have the same problem. What great present idea for my friends and grand parents! Absolutely love it!
The Articulate Gallery Story
Simply slide any artwork into the slot on the side, and it’s on display for all to see. About ¾” deep, Articulate Gallery frames easily hold several pieces of paper (just slide the new ones on top). Their open, glass-free front means 3D artwork is no problem. So show off those macaroni, tissue paper, and pipe cleaner creations.
A small family owned business near Glasgow, Scotland, Articulate Gallery began when mum Eona Craig was tired of showing her sons’ drawings on the refrigerator. She designed this clever kid’s art frame to keep their newest work on display and the refrigerator door free. Her husband, Colin, made the prototype and helped usher the frames into production.
These frames are truly something the entire family can enjoy. Best of all, kids will get a kick out of having their very own revolving art gallery in the house. Read More Read Less