Give the Gift of Art This Season
Friday December 13, 2013see more by jen
I am excited to share a unique company today that would make a beautiful gift for anyone with children. Artimus Art is a company that takes the hassle out of preserving children’s artwork (and I know we all struggle with what to do with kid’s art!)
You send them your child’s artwork and they send you back a beautiful, professionally crafted fine art coffee table book to showcase your little one’s creations. The oversized books measure 11″ x 11″ and even include customizable covers a dedication page with photo upload.
The hardback books are not your “run of the mill” digital photo books but quality fine art books. Each piece of artwork is beautifully scanned with high attention to color detail so the finished project is jaw dropping.
In addition to preserving your child’s artwork in the hardcover book, Artimus Art also offers a CD with high resolution files of all your child’s art images. You can turn these files in a JPEG for use in countless projects such as iron-ons, invitations, cards, etc.
If you have a specific favorite piece of art, you can also order a canvas print to hang on your wall. Such a darling gift idea or fun for a child’s room or new baby nursery.
Give the Gift of Art: Two Gifts in One!
Since the holidays are quickly approaching and there is not enough time to get a book completed before Christmas, an Artimus Art Gift Certificate makes a great holiday gift for any mom who would love to make a special keepsake of her child’s art.
Actually you could make it into two gifts in one ~ the gift certificate could be a holiday gift and then you could give your completed book to someone special for a birthday, elementary school graduation, or to someone special on a special occasion.
Or, you can put an Artimus Art Gift Certificate on your Santa list and put preserving your child’s art on your list of projects to do in the new year. Feel free to email this post to your parents or hubbies (wink, wink.) And, now you have the perfect solution to the “what to do with kid’s art?” dilemma.
Learn more at www.ArtimusArt.com.