Hope you had fun reading the Baby series #8 post
I am back after a break of two blog posts as I had some last minute shipping to do. I promise, you will soon have your eyes on it.
Yay! We are here at the final page of the baby book. Since I missed two posts, I decided to give you a bundle on this one. This post has the last pages and a video coming up. For those of you who are on a time crunch or have missed the baby series posts, scroll down to the end of this post for the video and the links to the other posts from this series.
Check out this page with 12 months of the baby and the cute clock denoting the time of birth.
Hope you had fun reading the Baby series #7 post
For those of us who wish we were babies again, remember babies have a busier schedule than most of us. They are the fastest learners and are observing and grasping almost everything they see, touch and smell all at the same time. So let’s take a peek at their busy day lying around while managing to keep their parents on their toes.
TGIF guys! Hope you had fun reading the Baby series #5 post.
Today’s layout is all about Mommy & Daddy! Moms & dads have their own little tiffs claiming that the baby has taken after them. This is just a proof for the baby to see for itself, whom he/she has taken after.
- Mommy’s full name
- Mommy’s nick name
- Where was she born
- Which school did she go to
- What does mom call me
Happy Hump day! Hope you had fun reading the Baby series #4 post.
Let’s move on to the next pages of the book today. Measuring a baby’s growth is so exciting. You meet any parent (even mine), they will tell you how fast their baby grew up. How tiny you were once and look at you now. If you have said it to someone else about your baby, congratulations, you are already a great parent.
Do you wanna compare your baby’s growth to how little he/she was when they first came into this world versus today? Today’s double side layout will let you see for yourself.
The title reads Love Beyond Measure”. Below that is a growth chart with a scale pointing out to each month of the baby’s first year. Of course, I had to put in the Giraffe to show how tall they have grown.
Hope you had fun reading the Baby series #3 post.
Happy Monday! This post should lighten your Monday morning mood. Keep reading..
Today we are moving on to the next few pages from the Baby Book. The first page has a stork holding a baby peeking its head out on top of a vintage pinkish plum colored picture frame. The sentiment below says “Sent from Heaven”.
The second half of the page is all about the stats of the new born. The flowers are punched out and the eye and hair colors are distressed.
|A closer look pagewise|
Some of these cards hold small embellishments even inside. Like this one below, the first food card has a baby bottle outside and a matching baby bib inside.
- 1st night home with a little moon on a cloud and a heart.
- 1st food on a blush pink and gold banner and blue baby bottle.
- 1st haircut with scissors.
- 1st bath with a baby having bubble bath and a rubber ducky.
- 1st car ride with a 3d car embellishment.
- 1st stroll with a 3d stroller embellishment.
- 1st tooth with a shiny smilie tooth.
- 1st steps with two 3d baby boots.
Hope you had fun reading the Baby series #2 post.
This post is for the expecting moms wondering how to stay calm while their baby is going to come any day now or for their friends attending baby showers and wondering what to gift their glowing friend with the baby bump.
Nope, it’s not one of those generic baby planners which forces you to write what they have predesigned for your rockstar baby. This is tailored to what you want to see in a baby book. You want it as a planner? Done! You want it as a photo album? Done! You want it to hold hospital tags of your baby and act as a photo album too? Done & Done!
All you have to do is tell me what you want each page of your baby book to hold. I will make it happen for you.
This baby book is for a dear friend who is gifting it to her sister in law. She saw so many books online and took ideas from EVERYWHERE and came to me. We sat together and tailored it to the mother’s expectations. I plan on showing you this book in 3 or 4 parts as it has so much details on each page that you don’t want to miss it.
So here it comes:
I made the front and back of the book look like wooden board. It’s a wooden patterned paper. The four little boxes on top that says BABY are 4 tiny little shakers.
|Front Cover Page|
(Excuse the bad lighting.)
|Inside Cover & 1st Page|
The page on the left is the inside cover. It opens like a card and top of the card has lyrics of “Twinkle twinkle little star” written on it. Guess what? It even sings the song for you.
Hope you had fun reading the Baby series #1 post. Now that we have our invitations out of the way, lets move on to planning some awesome party. Gifts and pampering is assured. But to make the Baby shower a success we need to redress our space to make our guests feel like partying. So here’s our party favor cupcake holders to get the party rollin’.
This cupcake holder is the PURRRFFEECTTT way to say “Bun in the oven” or should i say “Cupcake in the oven”. These are pink in color as I made them for a darling friend who bakes some yummilicious cupcakes. She ordered a baby book (Hint: Coming next in the series *wink*) and i thought won’t it be just awesome for her to bake one of her handmade cupcakes and give it to the expecting mom inside this warm oven? For those of you wondering how big this is, the dimensions of this box is 3 x 3 x 3 inches. It is sturdy enough to hold a cupcake and even cookies as my baker friend suggested. If you want to add a TON of frosting on your cupcake and want me to make the dimensions bigger I can absolutely do it for you.
When you know your friend or a family member is expecting a baby, you just wanna hug them and congratulate them. A even better way to spread this joy is by giving them a congratulations card.