Celebrating Creative Kids

Do you have creative kids at home? Is your fridge overflowing with artwork and awards? Perhaps you have storage bins full of your children’s artwork and school projects that you (and your kids) love but have no idea what to do with anymore. Never fear you are not alone. Parents of creative kids UNITE!

Between school, kids’ art clubs, daycare, and sports, these kids are busy bringing home artwork, trophies, and more at a fast and furious pace. Whether you have a budding Picasso on your hands, or your child insists on bringing home the kids’ menu that they drew on at dinner last night, it stacks up real fast. And, not only that, but it hurts a Mama’s (and Dad’s) heart to decide what masterpieces to keep and what to throw away – without guilt.

Quite honestly, it is overwhelming. Seriously, artwork overload is a thing. And, if you don’t throw it away, what do you do with it all? Rotate it from the fridge to a bin, where you will keep it stored away for 20+ years? Is it just me, or do you hear the theme song from Toy Story playing in your head?

Kids Art Into Book

The good news is that there is an easy solution to preserving your child’s artwork. At Kidtreasures, we celebrate creative kids every single day. We love receiving Kidtreasures boxes full of kids’ art, awards, creative writing stories, googly-eyed monsters, certificates, 1st place or any place ribbons. We tip our hats to the artists, the athletes, the future astronauts, the someday authors, and the leaders of tomorrow. We take that precious artwork and the childhood treasures that you send to us, and we create professionally bound full-color kids’ Keepsake Books.

Gifts for Grandparents

Not only do parents love to turn kids art into book, but kids get such a kick out of seeing their hard work come to life in their very own one-of-a-kind kid’s memory book. Kidtreasures Keepsake Books also make wonderful gifts for grandparents. There is no one in the world that loves to talk about your child more than their grandma and grandpa. Why they would be as proud as punch to display your child’s hardcover Keepsake Book right on the living room coffee table for the whole world to see. They get to. They are the grandparents. They’ve earned their stripes.

Ideas for Creating a Kid’s Keepsake Book

Not sure what to include in your Keepsake Book? While many of our families create kids art books, you can include a wide variety of childhood mementos. If children’s artwork isn’t the focus, here are a few ideas of what you might include in your child’s Keepsake Book:

  • Awards
  • Certificates
  • Stories
  • Letters to Santa
  • Cards
  • Creative Writing Samples
  • Poetry
  • Class or Team Photos
  • Journal Entries
  • 1st (or 3rd or Any) Place Ribbons
  • School Dance Tickets

Creative Kids Sale

The very best news yet is that in honor of Creative Kids (and their parents), we are offering $10 off a Kidtreasures Box during our Creative Kids Sale. Just use promo code CreativeKids at check out and you will be on your way to creating your very own one-of-a-kind Kidtreasures Keepsake Book. For more information on our process and how it works, visit our Creative Kids Sale page. Sale ends March 20th, so order your box today to get started.