One mom says she has the solution to that growing pile of kiddie art.
"The average child brings home 800 pieces of artwork by the end of the elementary school years. What do you do with it all?" asked Carolyn Lanzetta.
The answer avoids storage and overcrowded fridge doors. Instead Lanzetta co-founded Plum Print, a start-up transforming artwork into custom coffee table books. And she told CNBC she's been profitable from Day One.
The founder had 60 seconds to paint her big picture to a panel with Rothenberg Ventures Partner Fran Hauser, Mommy Blogger Kristin Quinn and Pipeline Fellowship founder and CEO, Natalia Oberti Noguera. Will she draw the panel in? Click the video below to find out.