Preserving kids’ artwork has never been so pretty (or organized)

You should see my car–or actually, you shouldn’t. It’s filled to the brim with my daughter’s preschool artwork, which gets hastily shoved onto the passenger seat during the always-harried pickup time.

It’s a mountain of artwork, really, but I believe I’ve found the perfect way to conquer it–without transferring the mountain to an already-overflowing-with-art house.

Plum Print will take your kids’ paintings, doodles, and construction paper creations and turn it all into an absolutely gorgeous coffee table book from children’s artwork.
The company professionally digitizes as few as 20 pieces of art–or as
many as 220–and arranges them onto high-quality paper. You provide a
book title and, if you’d like, a photo of your child with a short
caption. 

The result? A truly beautiful book filled
with your child’s colorful creations that you can keep forever. You’ll be amazed
how the art looks even prettier when it’s not in a big, messy pile. -Lexi

Put your kids’ gorgeous creativity into a gorgeous book of child’s artwork at Plum Print

Lexi Petronis is a freelance writer, blogger for Glamour.com, editor of Albuquerque Magazine, and former contributor to Cool Mom Picks

2 Comments

  • Reply April 21, 2012

    Lee Brighton

    We take digital pictures of the kids drawings for them – that way we can have a memory of all the art work without the clutter.

    it is free and you can turn it into great digital photo albums with music that they like…

    store it for a few cents online to share with grandparents or keep an external hard drive for them.
    Best wishes
    Lee
    creator of Snapatoonies…
    Brain food for your little one
    http://www.snapatoonies.com

  • Reply April 21, 2012

    Kathy

    Kinda spendy.

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