I need to laminate my son’s art

My son is already becoming quite the artist. He is only 13 years old and his artwork is amazing. I love seeing his art from the time he was 3 until now. I need a way to preserve his earlier pieces. I know he feels they aren’t any good, but someday it would be cool to look back at them. I want to make a book and keep everything in there. Because he works with many different mediums like paint, charcoal, pastel and pencil, they can all smudge. I also am worried about the papers wrinkling and tearing. So what I want to do is laminate the artwork for my son. I was shopping around online recently for laminators and/or laminating services. I don’t know much about it and could use some constructive input. I have never laminated anything before in my life. How hard can it be though? I am assuming a laminator is made in the most user-friendly way possible. Even then though, I know that I will jam it somehow, some way. That is why I also threw in there that I might be interested in a laminating service. This would honestly be the ideal for me. I would love to send in his art to be laminated and get it back finished. Is that a real thing though? Do people do this and pay for that type of service? I think a printing business handles lamination right? I would need a trustworthy one because I don’t want to take a chance on my son’s artwork.


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