I was recently asked to review Children’s art galleries. Children’s art galleries is an online subscription where you have access to a website to upload your children’s art work.

I think this idea is just fab , we have so much art work dotted around the house and in folders as we just cant bare to part with it. Archie started nursery 3 weeks ago and we have around 30 pieces of art already ! The galleries are also open so Nanny , Bampy and Auntie Lou Lou can look at the ankle biters master pieces.

Archie and Frankie were sent a lovely arts and crafts “get busy” box each to help with their creations. It contained paper , pens , paint markers , glue , chalk and loads of lovely crafty bits. They were thrilled with them. There were some instructions to help with their first piece of artwork which was “this is how I feel today”

We took the boxes on holiday with us to Bluestone National Park they were perfect for a rainy afternoon. Both Archie and Frankie said they felt happy as they were having fun on holiday so the theme for their art work was happy.

Frankie’s “Happy” art work on the website  

Archie’s “Happy” art work on the website

The website is very user friendly and you can also share your children’s art work across social media. Soon there is going to be an added option of printing all work in to a book to purchase and keep. There are unlimited uploads and you own the copyright of the children’s art work. Prices start from £3 for the year which is so reasonable. The site is totally safe as there is no option for anyone to make contact with the children though the site.

I was given a subscription to Children’s art galleries in return for an honest review. All  thoughts and opinions are my own.

 

 

3 thoughts on “Getting our craft on with Children’s Art Galleries”

  1. This looks like a great idea! Jacob is a bit little for art, but I’m sure once he starts nursery we’ll start to be inundated. I’ll have to check this out. #Blogstravaganza

  2. This is a great idea! It’s impossible to be able to keep every piece of work that they do and some will surely get lost along the way. It would be so lovely to look back on in years to come too- especially on their 18th birthdays! Thanks so much for linking up to #Blogstravaganza xx

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