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Organize Kid Artwork & School Papers with Keepy

 I often express how busy I am in my posts. This is not an understatement. I can pretty much guess most parents feel the pressure to fit everything in one day. To me there just is never enough hours to do all the things I want and need to do! I have stacks of my sons artwork, school papers and skating achievements laying around the house in piles and or in shoe boxes. I promise myself I will get to them but it just never seems like I do. I had so many visions of scrap-booking and or displaying them throughout the house and updating them but then life happened.

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Instead of beating myself up for all the things I do not get done I finally decided to embrace some of the new technologies out on the market! Meet my new organizational Sharing Center: the Keepy app. It is an app that enables you to digitally store and organize all those special memories in one spot forever. You can download this app on Apple, Android and Kindle fire products! Another neat feature of Keepy is that you can create high resolution photo books and gifts right from the app of your memories. This gives me back so much of my time. I can keep all my son’s artwork in one place, organize, send them to family AND order gifts with one APP!!!!

Simply head here, download the app, create a profile for each of your kids and add their drawings, photos, videos and achievements as often as you’d like. It is so easy to do that it took me less then a minute to complete my son’s profile. You can see above what it will look like. I added a photo of him, his birth date etc.

Before you can add any friends and family members to your sharing center you need to add a photo. I added the card my son gave me for Valentine’s Day. This was such a heartfelt card that I am glad I will have it for years to come and I could share it with others.

Just think of all the possibilities! I want to also mention again the great part about using Keepy as your organizational hub. The photo books and cards with your kid’s art is ideal to give for Mother’s Day, and Father’s Day which are both coming up!!



  1. Paula Schuck
    February 21, 2017 / 8:18 pm

    That is really cute. Checking it out.

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    March 3, 2017 / 11:28 am

    So colorful post! Thank you for the notext inspiration for the whole day=)

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