Back of Turn Your Child's Art or Photo Memories Into a Bound Book It's only natural for parents to think every scribble or brush stroke their child creates is a masterpiece, but if you are anything like me that means you have stacks of masterpieces you don't know how to archive for safekeeping. A company called inkubook can help you create a classic bound book of art and photo memories that will give all those creations a worthy home. All you have to do is scan the pages, save them as a jpg, png, or gif file and upload them to the inkubook website. Prices start at $14 for a 20-page softcover book and $25 for a hardcover, but playing around with the book design on the site is free. It also offers a great volume pricing option, which is perfect if you want to make books to give as gifts for the holidays! View 5 Photos › Photo 1 Photo 2 Photo 3 Photo 4 Photo 5 Comments Danahosta 6 years There are lots of DIY book making sites out there but turning artwork into a quality digital file that is worthy of printing is the disconnect between diy and a company like Artimusart.com that scans the artwork at high resolution for an amazing reproduction and creates a true museum quality book of the artwork. Take your own photos? Never take photos of artwork with flash photography. That= Very bad images that no one would want to look at let alone print. milosmommy 9 years What a great idea thanks! anniekim 9 years i do this, but I don't scan the art;I take digitals photos. Great baby book idea--or gift for the grandparents. tweet-hotpants 9 years i love this idea!