Good Question: Art Work that Lasts

Good Question: Art Work that Lasts

Alejandra Valera
May 27, 2008

Cynthia e-mailed us and asks, "I have a drawing my daughter made and I'm completely in love with it. I want to save it somehow so that I can frame it and have it last forever, but I know once I put it in a frame and hang it up, the colors will start fading. What can you recommend besides color copying it? I tried and it just doesn't look as nice."

Good question, Cynthia.

There are many places that make children's artwork archival and ready for framing. We like The Kinder Studio because they offer a lot of choices, you can get your child's work framed and matted or even made into greeting cards, and the prices are reasonable. You can either e-mail a JPG or mail the original and The Kinder Studio will photograph the piece, scan it and print it onto canvas.

Have you done something like this with your child's artwork? Who can you recommend?

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