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Reimagine Your Kids’ Art

Fridge getting cluttered? Here’s what to do instead.


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Special Sculpture

This amazing sketch-to-sculpture service uses 3D printing to create 4-inch keepsakes of his favorite 2D designs. DoodleSculpt; $99, doodlesculpt.com 


Imaginary Friend

Turn their best sketches into something they can cuddle. Send in a scanned image and you’ll get back a 16-inch soft stuffed animal. Magic! Budsies; $69, budsies.com


Snail Mail

Here’s a new way to show grandma your kid’s latest art project—Send it as a stamp! Pick your favorite creation and choose your postage—a page of 20 stamps arrives in the mail 10 business days later. PictureItPostage; $20.55 for 20 Standard 1oz Letter Stamps, pictureitpostage.com


Case by Case

Be reminded of his creativity every time the phone rings—great for kid artwork made just for you as a gift. Custom Phone Cases; Prices vary, getuncommon.com


Picture This

Lots of sites help you print books, but we love Plum print because they make it easier than the rest—Just fill a box with your favorite kids’ artwork (even 3D things, like clay figures), and they take care of all the scanning and uploading so you don’t go crazy trying to keep things in order.
Plum print; Prices start at $85 for up to 30 pieces of art, plumprint.com

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