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  • Stacey Reese

    Scan children's art work and then print out in smaller size frame! Such a great idea for kids art work!

  • Nicole Dow

    Great idea to save all your kids artwork! Scan children's art work and then print out in smaller size. Frame. Now make art gallery in hallways of your children's art:)

  • Amy Schmidt

    Love this! Scan children's art work and then print out in smaller size. Frame. Now make an art gallery of your child's art in the hallway!

  • Julie Scheibel

    Nice way to keep all those drawings there isn’t room for. Scan the artwork, then print out in smaller size, and frame. #kids #kidsart

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