App of the Week: Keepy - Organize, Share and Save Your Kid's Artwork Forever – Afropolitan Mom
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App of the Week: Keepy – Organize, Share and Save Your Kid’s Artwork Forever

During NY Fashion Week, I attended Fashion Forward Conference, where I met the co-founder of Keepy, a brilliant app that lets you organize, enhance, share, admire & save the magic of childhood in a private, interactive & emotional timeline.  We have 2 daughters, ages 7 & 3, and they bring home on a daily basis more artwork than you can imagine.

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 We hate throwing them out so over the years, we’ve accumulated boxes of priceless masterpieces. With Keepy, it helps preserve their artwork without cluttering up the house.

Wondering, how it work? Well when your child brings home his or her artwork, you snap a picture of the artwork, tag the photograph with your child’s name and the date it was made, then share it privately with grandpa, grandma, aunties, uncles and friends. The best part, you can let your child record a story to go with the picture, loved ones can also leave video comments on each “artwork” keepy they receive.  This apps basically helps you keep an emotional timeline with photos, artwork, voice-overs, schoolwork & mementos, videos, and more.

Keepy is free at the iTunes App Store.  It will be available on Google Play soon. The platform provides the space and the storage on the Keepy cloud forever. Keepies can also be shared on Facebook, Twitter and the Keepy Gallery. To learn more about Keepy check out their website:

 “Keepy is a new way for families to connect and preserve memories by simply snapping and sharing.” – Offir Gutelzon, Founder and CEO of Keepy.

How do you currently store and share your kids artwork?


Kira is the founder of the award-winning lifestyle blog focused on family, tech, fashion, beauty, food, fitness, and travel. She lives in the suburb of NJ with her husband and two daughters. 



  1. Susan Johnson

    November 21, 2013 at 11:56 pm

    Thanks for reviewing this App, because I think it’s a fantastic idea. I don’t currently have a smartphone, but I will pass this on to my brother in the meantime. I love that you can capture the child’s story or explanation along with the artwork, so that it is a piece of time in their lives instead of just paint on a page.

  2. Courtney

    November 23, 2013 at 8:45 am

    SO cool. Looking it up right now!

  3. Tracie

    November 23, 2013 at 8:49 am

    This looks like a great idea. I’ll definitely be interested in it once they bring it to the Play store.

  4. Melissa

    November 23, 2013 at 9:05 am

    You just made my day sharing this! I am doing a little organizing this morning and trying to figure out what to do with all this art. I do keep a lot of it but some of them I just want to snap a picture and toss it. I was planning to research some apps today but now I don’t have to. 🙂

  5. Bev @ Linkouture

    November 23, 2013 at 10:17 am

    This sounds great! I just had my first child, and while I know it will be awhile before she starts accumulating artwork, I know I will want to find a way to keep her work in such a way that it doesn’t start to pile up. Thanks for sharing, stopping by from Sharefest.

  6. Offir Gutelzon

    November 23, 2013 at 11:25 pm

    Thank you so much for your amazing post, we are very grateful. Keepy is coming to the Playstore in the very very soon.
    We would love to hear any feedback and to answer as much as we can

    Happy Thanksgivukkah every one.

  7. Stephanie

    November 23, 2013 at 11:52 pm

    Oh that’s a great app! I’m going to have to download that! My little girl, Em, just asked me the other day why one of her art pieces was in the trash (she comes home with like 10 of these things a week and I had no idea what to do with them!). Now I can show her that I’m keeping a documentary of them!
    Thanks for sharing!!!

  8. Julie Jamison

    November 24, 2013 at 6:46 pm

    What a brilliant app! I too have boxes and boxes of artwork from my 4 kids (i can’t seem to throw them out…I feel so guilty). I’ll have to check this out once it’s available on Android.

    Stopping by from Sharefest!

  9. HilLesha

    November 25, 2013 at 10:44 pm

    That’s pretty neat. Sadly, the Windows phone lacks a lot of great apps! Right now, I save my son’s artwork by laminating them and/or taking pictures of them.

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