Memories They’ll Never Outgrow!

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Lyn Worthen

Hello again! Lyn from Creating Keepsakes magazine is with us today to tell us about a new special issue, so listen up! Take it away, Lyn!

With all the photos you take of your darling baby, there are lots of layouts you can create! Get your scrapbooking done in a snap with the ideas for scrapbooking babies in Scrapbooking Babies & Toddlers, a special issue from Creating Keepsakes.

8222742918 611b0715e8 Memories They’ll Never Outgrow!In Scrapbooking Babies & Toddlers, you’ll find:

  • tips for getting great photos of baby in “Baby Photography 101”—our version of the (photography) manual that should have come with your baby.
  • ideas for re-creating those unforgettable moments inspired by your baby’s favorite things, and documenting your toddler’s everyday adventures.
  • inspiration for creating scrapbook layouts that celebrate your little one and their relationships with other family members.
  • easy gifts you can make and create for the new mom using your scrapbooking supplies.

You’ll find plenty of ideas for scrapbooking your busy toddler as well, making this issue an indispensable scrapbooking resource for the first years of your precious child’s life.

So what are you waiting for? Scrapbooking Babies & Toddlers is on sale now, in both paper and digital editions, along with special bonus content at creatingkeepsakes.com.

Would you like to win a free copy of this issue? Leave a comment here sharing a baby memory you’re planning to scrapbook, and you’ll be entered to win one of three copies of Scrapbooking Babies and Toddlers. Our international friends are invited to enter as well; comments must be received by Monday, December 3rd at 5 pm MST.

For more chances to win, visit the blogs of these CK friends:

Autumn Baldwin
Deena Boese
Gretchen McElveen
Jana Morton
Joey Manwarren
Kim Watson
Laina Lamb
Laura Vegas
Mou Saha
Piradee Talvanna
Stacy Cohen

Happy scrapbooking!

Lyn Worthen, Sr. Editor

 

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37 Responses to Memories They’ll Never Outgrow!

  1. lee says:

    I have some baby pictures of my children as babies w/ their great grandparents and i want to scrap those! thanks!

  2. Mandie Wade says:

    My brother just had a baby – my FIRST niece – and I am hoping to create a special Christmas gift for her…. this sounds like just the ticket to help me out!!!!

  3. Bethany says:

    One of my baby shower gifts was a baby scrapbook album set. I could really use some great ideas from the issue on layouts

  4. Mandee says:

    One of my fav scrapbooking memories is when my oldest learned how to walk…. The big smile on his face and his excitement was just precious!

  5. Beatrice Lawson says:

    I am now catching up on my son’s pics… Would love to win this inspirational book, it would certainly help me catch up!

  6. Mary Mac says:

    My sister is a new grandmother and I would love to give this magazine to her.

  7. Molly says:

    Need some ideas as I have lots of my grown childrens’ photos I want to get scrapped before I am a grandmother …hopefully soon ;)

  8. I have a lot of scrapbooking catching up to do for both of my boys (5 & soon-to-be 4)! This magazine would provide all the inspiration I need!

  9. Emily Todd says:

    I love scrapping layouts of the newborn with his/her older siblings. The photos are always precious!

  10. Lynne in NI says:

    I find Scrapbooking ever so difficult, so I’d LOVE to win this issue … thanks for the chance!

  11. Are you kidding.. I am so far behind in scrapping I still have a box of baby pictures of my three kids. Where do I start?

  12. cindy z says:

    I’m planning to scrapbook LOTS of baby photos after April 2nd, 2013, God willing, after our daughter lost her first baby to a stillbirth. And I will need lots of ideas:)

  13. Carol B says:

    I have a picture of my son, about 18 months old, when he fell asleep in his plate of food. I have always wanted to scrap that one!

    Carol B
    ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

  14. calamityjane says:

    I have “years & years & YEARS” worth of baby pics to scrapbook hidden away…somewhere! Waiting so patiently for me to get to them. This issue was made for me…..and the hidden pictures!! “Where’s the Baby Pics” may be my new game after getting this one!

  15. OK. I have promised my 17 yo dd to have her baby photos in an album for Christmas! Have gotten started but not there yet! Tis the season…to finally finish projects! HA!

  16. Katie B. says:

    My sister is having twins – although they are still in her ‘belly’ I am super excited to make a framed page to gift to her of when they are newborns. Sounds like an interesting issue! Thanks for sharing.

    Katie B.

  17. I have yet to scrapbook anything about my youngest except a day at a friends pool so top of my list is the day he was born. He’s only 11 months so I don’t feel too terrible!

  18. Lisa L. says:

    This would be perfect for me because I am working right now on my 18 month old’s scrapbook and I’m still on year 3 of my 4 year old’s scrapbook! Thanks for the chance!

  19. Tona says:

    I’m going to be a 1st time grandma in May 2013! I would get a lot of use out of this book. I’ve already done 2 layouts so far using ultrsounds that my son has emailed me.

  20. ~Susan~ says:

    My very good friend has a 22 month old girl and just found out she is pregenant. I’ll have lots to scrap!

  21. Luanne says:

    I’ve got super super lots of baby pictures of my little boy and I’m starting to create a digital layout of them. I still have photos on the day he was born, first pool, first walk, shower and a lot more.

  22. Cathy fong says:

    my nephew!!! he’s turning 1 soon and i plan to make him a scrapbook layout.thanks for a chance to win.

  23. Pam says:

    I have a picture of my oldest son on his first Christmas. He is sitting in a box full of the discarded wrapping paper from the gifts at my parent’s house. I have always wanted to scrap that pix.

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  25. Donna Polley says:

    My kiddo’s building a snowman with there dad.The snow man is so tall the kids had so much fun with Daddy.

  26. Suzze Tiernan says:

    Love to do a page of a grandchild when they are 100 days old.

  27. stasia sloma says:

    What is there not to scrap? My niece is 5 months and just as adorable as can be It is already a challenge keeping up with all the amazing pics

  28. I’d scrap some of the memories we’ve had over the last couple of years just trying to start our family. It may not be in the cards for us but there have been some joyous moments my husband and I have shared together.

  29. Tanya C. says:

    I am currently working on my son’s baby album. He’s only four now ( yes I am a little behind)! The last layout I did was the first time he went swimming!!

  30. Susan says:

    My granddaughter’s first Christmas.

  31. Brenda Lubrant says:

    Thank you so much. I would love to win a copy of this great magazine.

  32. pegg says:

    I would love this to help me create some projects of my beautiful niece! I think my sister would love it!

  33. Celeste Depatie says:

    This magazine looks like a great inspiration for my son’s photos as well as making an album for a new mom.

  34. Tammy Nyenhuis says:

    I have some adorable toddler pictures of my daughter with a Santa hat on that I’m going to scrapbook next.

  35. ragnhild says:

    I still have to scrapbook my daughters first Christmas. She is already 9!

  36. Pam says:

    This book would be helpful for the scrapbook I’ve started for my first great-grandson. Thanks for the giveaway!

  37. Carmen says:

    I want to scrap my daughter’s first steps

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