Turn your child’s artwork into a lasting impression! Fundraising Brick’s premier laser engraving technology means you can preserve your kid’s drawings in either brick or tile. This unique process helps you create an archive that commemorates your child’s creativity forever, without the need for labor-intensive scrapbooking. Whether you’re looking to replicate a single sketch onto a tile or you’re planning a series of bricks to celebrate your child’s inner artist, Fundraising Brick can help you turn any picture into a lifelong keepsake. Laser engraved children’s drawings make great gifts for parents, grandparents, teachers, nannies or even babysitters.
There are many reasons to consider giving tiles engraved with children’s artwork as a gift to anyone who is important in your child’s life:
If your kid can draw it, we can engrave it! Let Fundraising Brick help you preserve memories in a most unique fashion. Contact one of our design specialists to help you plan how you can best etch your child’s drawings into stone.
Engraved children’s drawings also make for a great school or camp fundraising initiative, and are a great way to get your kids involved in a charitable cause that is important to you, while simultaneously teaching your kids about giving and helping those in need. Let the team at Fundraising Brick work with you to capture your child’s inner Picasso in stone.
Fundraising Brick’s unique ability to transfer just about anything onto brick or tile is what sets us apart from the competition. We go above and beyond just creating a great product - we also care deeply about our customers and will work directly with you or your organization to ensure your fundraising campaign or personal project exceeds your expectations.
But you don’t have to just take our word for it. Our past customers word of mouth is far-and-away our best form of advertising. According to Judy Schneider, "This is such a great way to preserves our child's artwork. Each one of our child's artwork is preserved forever in our garden. We will be getting more for their grandparents."