Hello again Blinkbuggy-ers,
If you’re anything like us, you’ve got piles of the kids’ artwork floating around the joint. Then every few months, when you finally can’t take the hoarding anymore, you stare helplessly at these piles faced with a dilemma, and perhaps a little guilt: “How can I possibly store all of these “masterpieces” for all time yet how can I possibly throw them out?! After all, isn’t there something special and distinct between that yellow splotch and that one over there?”
We faced the same dilemma and would like to offer a possible solution using Blinkbuggy. Simply scan the masterpiece(s) to an image file (e.g. jpeg) and load it up to Blinkbuggy as you would any other picture. Now you can safely, and without guilt, put the originals in the storage of your choice (e.g. closet, safe…garbage – admit it, they’re not ALL great).
Once you’ve scanned and uploaded the art into Blinkbuggy, you can tag it, date it, comment on it, add it to your narrative and share your child’s genius with family and friends.
Don’t have a scanner handy? No problem! Lay the artwork on a solid neutral background, snap a picture from above with your camera phone or digital camera and then load it up to Blinkbuggy. Presto!
Here’s a an example of a scanned masterpiece that we put up on Blinkbuggy.
Remember, you saw it here first. It’ll be worth millions one day! (and that is my unbiased opinion – just look at the sticker placement…Genius!)
We continue to hope these tips help you make the most of capturing your memories with Blinkbuggy. As always (and we mean it), we love to hear from you so please send us your thoughts through the “Feedback” tab on Blinkbuggy.com or send questions directly to email@example.com. We’ll do our best to answer you quickly. And don’t forget to check out our other posts for more tips, tricks and exciting news. We’ll keep posting FAQs, tips and other news here on the blog. Sign up for blog email notifications if you’d like to be notified when we do.
Until next time…Happy Memories!
COO, Husband to Founder & CEO and Blinkbuggy user