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  • Sheila Sandifer

    Scan your kids' artwork and make a book so you don't have to keep 1,000 pieces of paper forever - Such a good idea!

  • Elizabeth Blackmon

    Scan your kids' artwork and make into a photo book so you don't have to keep 1,000 pieces of paper forever - good idea

  • Crystal Anderson

    Photo Book of all of your child's art. I'd love to do this with all three of the kids art together. :)

  • Heather Van Orden-Konklin

    Take pictures of your kids art work and make a photo book so you don't have to keep 1,000 pieces of paper forever. I love this!

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Instead of saving all your kids art work in piles or boxes, scan them and make a coffee table book.  This will be something they will treasure for decades to come! @Katherine Hayes We Have awhile for this but such a cute idea!

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absolutely adorable

This girl had the BEST IDEA!!! She said, "My son is in preschool and the adorable art work is pouring in. I know he isn't going to want all these old papers when he is older so I am taking a picture of everything, keeping my very favorites to display at holidays or in a scrapbook and everything else just has to go. I found this amazing idea for displaying his artwork using the photos I have taken.

Scan or take photos of art work and writings — Book of School Projects. Love love love this idea!

Great idea! Scan kids' artwork into a book so you don't have to keep 1,000 pieces of paper! by lula

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Design one of these for each birthday til they're 18. bound in a book for a present.