I've been reading MommyLife for nearly a year now and finally have two of her books Mommy Teach Me and Mommy Teach Me to Read. I have been hungrily reading bits and pieces of both books (as I have the time!) so that I can start to implement some of her ideas in our home and with our 20 month old daughter.
One of the things Barbara Curtis advocates doing is to create a child friendly environment. As a former art major, the first of her suggestions I wanted to try was putting art at our children's eye level. Since we rent, it took me some time to figure out a way to do this without putting nails in odd places.
I finally decided to print some 4" x 6" prints of art I liked from the computer and then I put them into magnetic plastic frames that stores sell to put on the refrigerator.
Using a little hot glue, a mini clothespin, and ribbon scraps, I was able to hang the frames from our banister spokes quite easily. The nice thing about this method is that it is completely removable and easily changed! I also really like the size of the frames because they will fit postcards... a nice feature for when we get a chance to visit museums or other interesting places.