What Can a Child Make — How Much Will It Cost?
Here are six ideas that are easy to make and inexpensive. Choose your budget, then let your child start creating:
- Personal Photo Poster. 12″x18″. Uses one photo with or without text. $2.75.
- Photo Book. 6″x4″. Softcover. 20 pages. Uses 20-30 photos with or without text. $6.95. (8″x8″ is $12.95; 9″x6″ is $12.95; 8″x12″ is $19.95; 12″x8″ is $19.95.)
- Photo Notebook. 2.5″x3.5″. Uses one photo. Set of four notebooks – $10.95. (5.5″x8.5″ notebook is $7.95 each; 8.5″x11″ notebook is $11.95 each.)
- Photo Calendar. 6″x4.4″. Uses 12 photos. Spiral bound. $14.95.
11″x8″. Uses 12 photos. Spiral bound. $18.95.
- Personalized Photo Day Planner. 4.4″x6″. Uses 13 photos. $18.95.
- Photo Playing Cards. 52-card deck. Uses one photo. $17.75.
Easy Online Photo Projects for Children
Lifephoto.com is easy enough for a child to use. Create a photo account (no credit card information needed to do this), upload the photos, then start a project. Your child can save projects before completion and go back to finish them later. With photo books, your child can even e-mail a turning-page book preview to family and friends — at no cost.
Depending on the age and attention span of your children, you can choose the projects that are best suited for them.