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Saving Childhood Art, One DVD at a Time

Saving Childhood Art, One DVD at a Time

You love your kids, but you can't keep all their creations. Once your tot reaches the toddler stage, you become inundated with pictures, collages and all the other projects they pack home from daycare or preschool. And, since there's only so much space on the fridge, you need an alternative. ART:archives is a company that digitally preserves and stores your child’s artwork.

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Created by two moms who couldn’t bear to part with their children's masterpieces, ART:archives allows you to send them a set number of pieces that are then transferred into a professional-looking digital presentation which are sent to you on DVD to watch on a TV or computer.

Sending them artwork categorized by school year helps them create a library. Packages start at $275 for 25 pieces of art, and additional DVDs can be purchased.

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