Keepy: The Perfect Way To Keep Your Kid’s Art

It seems like when my daughter was in daycare, she was always bringing home art projects. I was running out of room, but felt terrible throwing any away. That is how I discovered Keepy. It is a really cool app that allows you to take pictures of your kid’s art and save it in paperless form. With the massive amounts of papers and drawings my daughter always seems to have, this has been amazing.

Keepy: The perfect solution to keeping your child's art

Keepy

*I was given the full version of this application for free in hopes of posting a review. All opinions are 100% my own. For full disclosure please see my disclosure page*

Store Your Kid’s Art

As a mom, I know how important it is to keep every beautiful masterpiece that my little princess creates. Unfortunately, it is just not feasible to store all of her art. Keepy offers the perfect solution. All you do is take a picture of your kid’s art and upload it to the app. There is a place for the date, a description, and even an option for a video or voice recording. I love that I can paperless keep all of the art and not feel bad getting rid of some of the actual paper.

Keepy Screenshot

Great for Pictures Too

I found that Keepy isn’t just great for art, it is also perfect for photo’s of your kids. I added a screenshot of the app above so you can get a feel for it. You basically create a profile for each child and start uploading. I started adding pictures of the kids to their profiles for safe keeping.

Awesome Gifts

Keepy has some really cool gift options as well. There is a store that you can browse through and create personalized items with your pictures. You can make an entire photo book out of just your kid’s artwork. This would be a perfect gift for grandparents or for Mother’s Day.  I will be making one book with baby pictures of my son and one of my daughter’s art for my mom as a Mother’s Day gift this year.

Kid's Art | Crafts | Solution | Paperless

The Keepy app is free to download for Apple and Android  and super simple. I am not technologically inclined, and even I figured out how to use it super quickly. There is a paid upgrade if you so desire as well. The paid version, running $2.99 a month or $9.99 for a whole year, offers you a 50% discount on ALL photo products from their store. For someone who plans on making their photo books, the paid option is completely worth it.

33 comments

  1. The Spirited Sloth says:

    This is brilliant! I don’t have any of my childhood art and I wish that some of it had been kept somehow. At the same time, my stepdad hoards every little scrap of paper his girls draw on, which I think is equally unfortunate! What a great solution this is!

  2. AMB says:

    I’ve used a few social mediums to save pics and artwork my little guy has done and this seems like an interesting option. I like the ability to add voice and video too.

  3. Nicola says:

    This is great idea! I always have to hide my daughters stuff at the bottom of the bin when I eventually throw it away so she wont get upset! It’s hard to know which bits to keep and which ones to throw!

    • Offir Gutelzon says:

      No more guilt 🙂
      Your daughter would be so proud to see her artwork in your phone, and even more when she will watch the comments from her fans (family and friends you will invite )

  4. Tereza says:

    These are such good tips – I wish my mum had this when I was a kid – she’s still kept some of it though and it’s always so nostalgic when I come across it in my parents house! x

  5. Blythe Alpern says:

    This is such a great idea. Kids bring home a lot of art projects and you can’t keep them all. This is a great way to save them for yourself and for the kids in the future.

  6. Nikki says:

    This is such a wonderful tool!! I am going to use this for my kids art because I always want to keep things but it gets hard figuring out how to store it all!

  7. Savannah says:

    This is such a great idea!! As a mom, I literally want to throw NOTHING out (even the little scribble on a cardboard box, haha). But, if I did that, my house would eventually just be overrun with kid art. Thanks for such a great suggestion! <3

  8. Irina says:

    What a great idea. My kids draw or create something artsy on a regular basis. We have a wall in our dining room where we keep art best art pieces on display. I’ll have to look into this app.

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