I was inspired by this pic in Coastal Living. I love this room. and it's funny because it has the same colors as Nikhil's room, though I guess there's nothing really crazy about turquoise and white. I've seen the clothes pins on fishing line idea for displaying art, but I liked the fact that this didn't use fishing line or string or something that I'm always worried can be a choking hazard for little boys.
So, then I decided to use clothes pins, a little Modge Podge and Japanese paper I bought at Ben Franklin.
I cut out strips of the paper the size of the clothes pins and Modge Podged them on. You can also remove the springs and paint the entire pin white, but I was too lazy.
Then, I bought 2 pieces of 8 foot white molding at Home Depot. I think each piece was $10-$12 and had them cut it in half, for 4 pieces. I glued the clothes pins with gorilla glue to the molding and let it set for an hour. I think that was the hardest part since gorilla glue takes a while to completely dry and I don't really have a space in my house for such long boards, I kept accidentally moving the pins. Then, just use a nail gun to attach the molding to the wall. At some point I'll go back in and use a little wood filler and paint to cover the nail holes, but for right now, I'm too lazy.