Like Orangutan…except OranguFrame. This inexpensive alternative to taping your child’s handcrafted masterpiece to the fridge is an extremely easy way to display those pieces in style…and ease. (Nothing wrong with taping on a fridge…I have to, ours is stainless steel)
The kids and I attended their #BloggersLoveOranguFrame party last Saturday. They made Halloween pumpkins and hand monsters to display. I do forget how fun it is to paint on your hands.
The concept of OranguFrame is the brainchild of Burbank’s Vonderland Studios owner, David VonDerLinn. He’s a local father and was thinking about how we, as parents, could easily show off some of these cherished creations that we don’t always know what to do with. It grew from there.
The OranguFrame is something (like the Ape) that can can hang anywhere. They come flat, in easy to assemble form and are made from chipboard. You can get them in a blank option, which is awesome for kids (and might I suggest birthday parties) but they’re also available in pre-printed patterns that you won’t believe are chipboard! Patterns such as super heroes, daisies, rainbows, and even old barn wood. (College kids might also highly benefit from this method of decor!)
The best part? They’re so light, you only need a thumbtack to hang….or really, some painters tape worked for us. The way I see it…no holes, it’s interchangeable, no expensive Velcro system and it’s completely unique to your child’s style.
Disclosure: The kids and I were invited to this party to give these frames a whirl..all opinions are my own.