How-To Guide: Create a beautiful book featuring your kids’ artwork

Kids Art Book Cover

Over the years, your kids have brought home a lot of art from school. Add that to all of the art they create in your own home, and your house is probably overflowing with some seriously cool creative work from your kiddos.

But where do you keep it all? Is it currently in a box in your basement? Or hanging on the walls in their bedrooms? We’ve got a really simple way to showcase it all in one accessible place — turn it into a stunning photo book from Snapfish! Here’s an easy step-by-step guide to make your own today.

Step 1:

Work together with your little ones to pick their favorite pieces of art. You can pick a theme (Seasons! Flowers! Family!) or a specific color palette for inspiration. Or let your imagination run wild!

Step 2:

Take a photo of each piece you’ve chosen for your book and upload it to your Snapfish account. Helpful tip: Create an album for each kid’s art book so you can keep them organized in your account. This makes it easy to add the right images to each books’ pages.

Step 3:

Pick your photo book size and style. From softcovers that are perfect for little hands, to hardcovers that look great on your coffee table, there’s something perfect here for you and your kiddos. Our photo books are available in a variety of sizes and finishes, too — so fun have choosing!

Kids Art Book

Step 4:

Start creating your books with our easy-to-use builder. Select one of our awesome designs to fill with your photos or make something totally your own. It’s super simple to add embellishments and text, too. Have fun and get creative!

Now all you have to do is wait for a beautiful new book to show up on your doorstep! It’s really that easy. The best part is that your masterpiece is saved in your account, so if it’s a huge hit, you can always order extras. That means you can send one to grandma & grandpa, family friends, and everyone in between to share the love.

Kids holding art books

If you create a book showcasing your kid’s artwork, please tag us in photos on Instagram and Facebook. We can’t wait to see how they turned out!

Check out our other posts about making kids’ art books here and here.