Recently while on a holiday vacation, I came across and bought an app from the Kive Company, called Artkive.
Artkive is a very clever way to digitally store your kids' art creations and share with grandma and grandpa, or others, and you can also create a book or keepsake to purchase (optional).
Of course, I will continue to keep her main treasures, but this will be a great way to click, save, store, and share to my hearts content -- no more guilt. Plus, I like that I will be able to chart her artistic and creative progress.
How does Artkive work?
For their FAQ section, click here. It provides a quick low down on its use. But basically, here's the skinny:
1) Create an account and add the first names and grades of your children.
2) Take photos of their artwork or upload from your camera roll.
3) Store and tag your photo with the child’s name, grade, date, and title.
4) Share with your share circle (family and friends you choose to privately send to) or turn your Artkive into a book or other great products.
To view a video, click here.
Artkive is currently available only on Apple IOS, but they are currently working on an Android app. The Iphone or Ipad app is $2.99.
It's super cool, and definitely one of those, "why didn't I think of it" apps, but glad someone did.