New Mobile App, Kids Art Keeper, Creates Virtual Art Gallery Of Your Little Picasso’s Work

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Kids Art Keeper frees up fridges and encourages creativity

Kids Art Keeper

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I felt terrible each time I had to bin a picture to make way for the next, so I came up with Kids Art Keeper

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Parents everywhere face the same problem – what to do with the ever increasing amounts of artwork their children produce, while avoiding the guilt that comes from throwing it away. Kids Art Keeper is the new mobile application that catalogues, dates, organizes and stores kids’ masterpieces.

Available for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Android devices, the application allows parents to easily capture, share and print children’s’ artwork or school work. The comments section reminds parents exactly what that scribble is, who made it, and the story behind it. Links to email and social media sites including Facebook and Twitter allow parents to share their favourites, and the slideshow option illustrates just how far kids’ skills have come. Plus, kids will love scrolling through all of their creations with the flick of a finger.

Kids Art Keeper creator Susannah Dushaj is a Melbourne-based Mother of two prolific young artists who came up with the idea after running out of “gallery” space in her kitchen. “I'm a working mother; both of my kids are in full time childcare and bring home artwork on an almost daily basis. I felt terrible each time I had to bin a picture to make way for the next, so I came up with Kids Art Keeper,” said Dushaj.

A book printing feature is in development, the perfect gift for grandma and grandpa with Christmas just around the corner.

For just 99c there is now a solution for parents everywhere to declutter whilst recording their child’s development.

For more information or an application demo, contact or visit, and @Kidsartkeeper.

About Susannah Dushaj, creator of KidsArtKeeper
Susannah was born in England to an Australian Father and English Mother. She moved to Melbourne ten years ago with her Albanian husband who she met in a carwash in London! , and they now have two children: Sunday 4 and Felix 2.

Susannah works fulltime in the Medical Industry and her children attend fulltime childcare. Susannah used Melbourne App developer, Appwriter to develop her idea.

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