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7 Great Ways to Immortalize Your Kid's Art

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kid using crayonsThe end of the school year is upon us, and if you haven’t been collecting the crafts throughout the year, a big envelope will be arriving home from school very soon.

Macaroni wreaths, handprint turkeys, coloured eggs, drawings, and more will soon be stuck to the fridge, hung on a wall, stuffed in a drawer, or tossed.

There has to be a better way to deal with all the creative things our kids make through the school year.

Here’s 7 great ideas to handle the artwork overflow from your prolific pint-sized Picasso.

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What To Do With All Your Kid's Art

Take A Picture Of Everything

This is the least of what you should be doing. Take a picture of every single piece of art they make. Create an "art" folder on Facebook, Flickr, or your hard drive. Label everything with what it is and when it was done (ie Butterfly, May 2012).

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DadCAMP is Buzz Bishop, a dad, broadcaster, writer, and runner from Calgary, Alberta. When not working the mic on XL103, or wrangling his two boys, he's always training for another Team Diabetes marathon somewhere in the world. Read bio and latest posts → Read Buzz's latest posts →

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2 thoughts on “7 Great Ways to Immortalize Your Kid's Art

  1. Heather at happydoodles says:

    Great ideas! Here are a few more possibilities for storing, displaying and making keepsakes from kids’ artwork:
    http://www.happydoodles.com/blogs/news/6041344-63-of-parents-feel-guilty-about-ditching-kids-artwork

  2. Mia van Beek says:

    Thank you so much for including my work!
    Mia owner of Formia Design, “jewelry after your kids drawing”

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