If you have children, especially if they are pre-school age or just a little bit older, then you will be very familiar with the art issue. Namely, what to do with it all. There’s only so much we can cram onto the front of the fridge or pile up on mantlepieces and kitchen shelves and stashing it all away or – worse still – covertly chucking it in the bin seems really harsh. So we were very excited to discover Doodle Nest. Founded by Constanza Mardones, who previously worked in finance, and Andrea Lee whose former career was in marketing for the luxury goods group Richemont, Doodle Nest takes all your kid’s art – or rather your own edit of it – and transforms it all (brilliantly) into sleek framed collages or perfect bound books. And thanks to very clever compositions and top notch materials the process really does elevate all those adorable, evocative images into beautiful graphic collections. You can also add notes, scrapbooks or even 3D art to the mix. And the best thing is that your new gallery space will hopefully inspire you little artists to carry on creating.