5 Stages of Simple Baby Scrapbooking for Busy Parents

By: Jasmine N

Today parents are busy everyday with either work or taking care of children. Here I share my simple methods of scrapbooking for busy parents who are keen to keep their baby's wonderful life moments.

Stage #1 Newborn baby

For a newborn baby, the most interesting is creating hand and feet print scrapbooking. This is done by making both hands print and feet print using an ink pad on a piece of drawing paper or construction paper, then deco the paper surrounding with baby photos and some sweet embellishment.

Stage #2 Six Months Old

When your baby is six months old, they will start to learn how to eat solid food. Thus, this is the most fun moment to create your baby scrapbook. Your theme can be candid shoot of eating orange etc. Repeat the same method as new born stage, but this round not necessary to put hands or feet print.

Stage #3 Nine Months Old

Some babies at nine months old have started to crawl or try to stand with some supporting objects. At this stage interesting candid shoots of standing stunt, crawling or sitting while playing some toys is the best scrapbook topic. You can use some cute candid photo to create simple scrapbooking using colorful construction paper, with simple word such as my angel crawling experience, or my first step to learn...

Stage #4 Twelve Months Old

At twelve months old, most of babies are at beginning stage of walking. You can introduce a pair of cloth like shoes for your baby. You can make a stamp of your baby shoes on your scrapbooking as part of your layout design, with candid photo of your baby walking position next to it. Then add text such as my little angel is exploring a new change.

Stage #5 Eighteen Months Old to Two Years Old

At almost two years old, your young toddler are more interested in developing their motor skill. At this stage any candid photo of your toddler playing with motor skill training toys is the best source for your scrapbooking. You can create a toddler scrapbooking related to motor skill training experience.

Hope you like these simple methods!

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