If you have kids, you probably have a huge collection of their artwork laying around your house.
Because let's face it, as much as you want to showcase their talents, hanging artwork can take a lot of effort -- and legitimately framing it actually doesn't make much sense if they're going to bring home new masterpieces every week.
Well, John Colaneri of HGTV's "Cousins" is about to make your life a whole lot easier (and cuter!) with his trick for making easily removable wall "frames."
His secret? Washi tape -- which is basically decorative tape.
"It's Japanese printed tape, and it's very, very cool," Rach explains. "[And] you don't care if you can see the tape, because the tape's the decoration."
See what they mean?
This way, every time your kiddo comes home with new art, you can easily swap out the old for the new -- or just keep adding to a gallery wall!
Watch the video above to see John demonstrate how to create the temporary "frames," using an x-acto knife.