Do you ever feel like your kids’ artwork is taking on a life of its own? I love seeing everything that Isabelle creates at school, but at times I feel like it’s piling up on our fridge and I’m a bit afraid I’m going to lose some of it or forget what it’s from. That’s why I love the whole idea behind ArtKive and was happy to receive a code to try out the service. So what exactly is ArtKive?
As the name would suggest, ArtKive is a way to preserve and celebrate your kids’ artwork in an organized way. Avoid having bins pile up full of artwork by labeling and organizing their artwork exactly how you want. ArtKive does the rest in creating a keepsake book that you then receive back. So instead of opening a bin years later and scratching your head thinking “Was this kindergarten or preschool?”, you have booklet that has it all labelled for you. Final pricing is based on the number of pieces in the book. You can estimate that on their website.
I decided to create a keepsake book for Isabelle’s covering birth to almost 2 1/2. I went back to work full time for a period when she was a baby so some of what will be in our book is from her time in daycare, but the majority is from this past year’s Two’s program. I’m excited to see how it turns out and will share it with you all soon!
ArtKive has provided a code for me to share with you. Use Code TLMN2019 to receive $20 off your kit.
See below for the process I followed. Pretty easy considering I had help from a zesty & energetic two and half year old!
Step One: Lay out all artwork you would like to include.
Step Two: Follow instructions conveniently included in your ArtKive kit.
Step Three: Pile organized stacks back into the box. Don’t forget to label them!