Summertime is a season filled with outdoor activities including camping, summer sports, and days spent by the pool. However, summer is also a great opportunity to be inside, away from the heat, to start new art projects that your children will enjoy. If you’re looking for creative ways to entertain your kids this summer, arts and craft projects can be the perfect way to keep them occupied without resorting to the television set.
One of the hardest parts about creating scrapbooks or watercolor paintings is figuring out where to store or display them. Often times, kids will produce more pieces of art than there is room for! Luckily, with the ScanSnap SV600, preserving these hard-to-scan documents has become as simple as one touch of a button.The SV600 is designed to scan books, notes, drawings, paintings, and even small 3D items such as painted buttons or pins. You don’t have to feel bad about tossing old art projects to make room for new ones, when you can just scan them all! Once the artwork is scanned, you can share it by emailing it to relatives, organizing it in Evernote, and more.
Still not convinced? A few months ago, Christine Satterfield of the i Dream of Clean blog had a chance to review the SV600 for this exact purpose! Check out the video below to see how easily she preserved her children’s work.
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