The artwork that kids make are memories parents want to cherish for the rest of their lives. Parents can do just that by using Scribble to turn their kids’ projects, drawings, and paintings into an art book that they can keep forever. 

Scribble is an app that families can use to keep track of their kids’ artwork by storing them in albums. Scribble’s photo books eliminate artistic clutter and preserve childhood memories. These books use matte hardcovers and colorful pages so kids’ art projects can last a lifetime. 

Parents can take and upload photos of their kid’s artwork onto the Scribble website and the Automagic Book Creation tool will remove backgrounds and add vibrancy to the photos. Scribble allows multiple customization options throughout the process and users can add images of their artists within the photo book. 

Parents can preserve artwork in an 8.5-by-8.5-inch or 8.5-by-11-inch photo book, each containing 24 pages. Additional pages cost $0.30 and users can add up to 200 pages to one book. For every page, parents have the option to add a title and description for each piece of art. 

An 8.5-by-8.5-inch photo book is $39.99 and an 8.5-by-11-inch is $49.99. Every book comes with a free digital book that families can share with loved ones. For parents, friends, or family looking to create their own art book, visit 

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Taylor Battle

Taylor Battle

Taylor is an editorial intern for Adventure Media & Events, writing content for The Toy Insider, The Pop Insider, and The Toy Book. Between reading fantasy novels and re-watching Disney classics, she can be found building houses in The Sims 4. Taylor is passionate about creating and is always looking to try new things.