Baby boy scrapbooks

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What to Put in a Baby Scrapbook: Some Top Creative Ideas

As important as it is to decorate your baby’s nursery as well as shopping for new clothes, it is equally important to make a scrapbook for him or her. This is a great project that most new mothers look forward to, but often, they get confused about what to put in a baby scrapbook. While you can take countless video recordings and pictures of your little one, a scrapbook is meant for those extra-important tidbits.

Since children grow up so quickly, especially in the first year, it is important that you have all the keepsakes and guard all the cherished memories that you will want to revisit throughout your life. As such, we will be sharing some top ideas of what you should include in your baby’s scrapbook.

What to Put in a Baby Scrapbook?

You would think that the things that you would put in a baby scrapbook will be those from only after birth. However, it starts a little before that. Let’s discuss some of these options below.

1. Pregnancy Pages

Here the ideas are just endless. You can stick copies of the ultrasound pictures, some top pregnancy facts you found while researching, some journal entries of how you were feeling during the pregnancy, those intense food cravings you had, a list of all the names you had chosen, a personal note to your unborn child, and so on. Another cool idea is to have stickers matching the “fruit or vegetable” size for each week of pregnancy. For example, did you know the baby is the size of a pomegranate at 17 weeks?

2. Mementos from Your Baby Shower

All the souvenirs from the baby shower are also an excellent idea to put in your scrapbook. You can use the cut-outs from the cards, gift bags, wrapping paper, and cake bunting. You could make a pocket in the scrapbook to store all the sweet baby shower cards you received from your loved ones as well.

3. Current Events

While this may not really sound like the most exciting thing, you could include some significant events that took place around or on your baby’s birth. You could include clippings from the newspaper, recent memorable occasions, or even take some random everyday pictures from your life. You could also include cost-of-living indicators during that time period. It’s always fun to look back on those facts and see how much a movie ticket or a cup of coffee (or Starbucks Latte) cost!

4. Letters

You and your partner should also write letters to your unborn baby and include it in your scrapbook. These letters could be anything you wish or goals. If you have older children, make them write a letter or draw something for their new sibling. You can also include letters from your baby’s grandparents, your siblings, or any other loved ones.

5. Location

There could be a geographical location that holds a lot of meaning to you. You could tag that location on Google maps and have it printed out to stick it in your scrapbook. Also, include memorable pictures from that location, particularly if that’s where you conceived!

6. Important First Memories

The firsts are always the most memorable, so it is essential that you include as many of them in your scrapbook. For instance, you would want to add pictures of your baby’s first smile, first word, first tooth, first step, first holiday, and many other firsts. Also, save the first drawing your baby ever makes for you!

Pro tip- they’ll be a LOT of artwork from your little one throughout the years. So rather than keep all the masterpieces, why not take photos with your phone and then have them printed out for your Scrapbook?!

7. Footprints and Handprints

No baby scrapbook is complete without your baby’s footprints and handprints. We are certain that there is nothing cuter than your baby’s tiny toes and fingers. You can take his or her footprints and handprints by using bright colored paints that are non-toxic. Alternatively, you could also make a copy of his or her footprints and handprints that are taken by the hospital at birth.

8. A Lock of Hair

You could save a small lock of hair when your baby has his or her first haircut. Tie it up with a cute ribbon and place it in a ziplock bag. Also, be sure to take pictures of his or her first haircut to include alongside the ziplock bag. Be sure to do this a few times a year as it’s an interesting way to see how much your child’s hair changes over time.

9. Baby Items

To add objects for texture in the scrapbook, you can add things such as newborn clothes, baby socks, and a small piece of his or her favorite blanket.

10. Keepsakes from their Birth

As a parent, you will never forget the day you gave birth to your child. So, set a page aside in the scrapbook solely dedicated to the day your little one was born. On this page, you can include all newborn keepsakes such as the hospital ID bracelet and the birth certificate. If you want to, you can also get a picture with your doctor and nurses who delivered your baby and stick it in your scrapbook.

11. Vintage Pictures

A good scrapbook involves a family tree. You could take this a step above by including vintage pictures of your parents, grandparents, and even great-grandparents if you have them.

12. Your Favorite Memories

Sometimes there are some random things that your baby does that are incredibly adorable but can also be easy to forget. These could include the first time he or she tried to hold your finger, or pull your hair, or even how he or she sleeps- stomach down, butt up. Take as many pictures as you can of your baby and stick these cute and special moments in the scrapbook. You’ll surely appreciate it later!

13. Your Baby’s Favorite

Every baby is fond of something, like a toy, some keys, some colorful objects, or even some songs that make him smile. Take pictures of his favorite things and write down lyrics from her favorite songs to include in the scrapbook.

14. Pictures of the Nursery

You spent countless hours and put SO MUCH effort into your child’s nursery. It only makes sense to include pictures of your masterpiece to remember this special time and all your hard work!

15. Twenty Questions

At the very end of the scrapbook, write down a list of 20 questions for your child each year. These could include her favorite song, favorite food, his best friend, and so on. You and your child will have so much fun reflecting on how these answers evolve over the years.

Knowing what to put in a baby scrapbook is essential as it will bring a smile to your face every single time you see it even years and years later. Be sure to include as many tiny details as you can from the many ideas we have described. The more memories and keepsakes, the better! Best of luck!

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Baby Poems For Scrapbooking

Inspiring newborn verses and baby poems for scrapbooking: Use them to make a one-of-a-kind journal for you and your little one.

A scrapbook will make a memory to last and show your child how much it means to you. Your scrapbook will make a great gift once your baby will have grown into an adult and will be old enough to treasure it - for example on its 18th birthday or as a wedding gift.

cute little baby girl on a pink blanket as background and 10 little fingers poem as text10 little fingers poem (c)Eva Dittmer

Show Your Love To Baby:
New Baby Poems For Scrapbooking, For Birth Announcements And For Nursery Wall Art

Ten little fingers, ten little toes. Two sleepy blue (brown, green) eyes and such an adorable nose! A mouth so tiny and sweet, you are the cutest little baby indeed! (For congrats the last line could be: You have the cutest little baby indeed - or for your birth announcement: We have the cutest baby indeed). -by Eva Dittmer




Use this text for your scrapbook or for your birth announcement:

Tiny little baby (baby girl or baby boy or baby's name), so precious and small. Welcome to the world - Mum, Dad, Grandma, Grandpa, your sister and brother (alternatively use their name),  we love you all! -by Eva Dittmer

green background with tree branches and leafs and tiny little baby poem as textTiny little baby poem (c)Eva Dittmer

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Please note that the poems and verses written by myself and signed with my name (Eva Dittmer) are strictly for private use only. Find more copyright information below.

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You Are The Reason 

You are the reason

- why mommy gained a few pounds

- why daddy gets fewer kisses from mommy

- why we are always tired

- why our house is dirty

- why daddy is always late at work

- why we are having junk food more often

- why our laundry basket is always full

- why mommy's hair is a mess

and why ...

Yet - you are the best thing that ever happened to us!

sleeping baby, black and white photo with text 'you are the reason why...'

by and (c)Eva Dittmer




sparkly background and text: to our babyto our baby (c)Eva Dittmer


I have written some of these short poems myself so you will not find them anywhere else. If you like my scrap booking baby poems, check back here frequently since I surely will be adding more newborn and kids poems written by myself. 

These cute and inspirational newborn poems are not only suitable for scrapbooking but also to use for your new baby birth announcement, on your baby congratulations card or as a wall art for the nursery, for example next to a photo of your little one.

New Baby Poems For Scrapbooking 
& For Birth Announcement

baby sleeping on mum's lap and text: 9 months of waiting poem9 months of waiting poem (c)Eva Dittmer

For your scrapbook use this newborn baby poem with the following text:

After nine months of waiting, you are finally here. That calls for many hoorays and a loud, big cheer! May your life always be full of love, joy and laughter and may we all live together happily ever after! -by Eva Dittmer





You are my sunshine!

A cuddle with you, instantly takes away my blues. And just one touch of your little finger, melts away all my anger.

You are the most precious thing I have. I love you my little baby girl / boy.

- by and (c)Eva Dittmer

my sunshine poem with plain orange backgroundMy sunshine poem (c)Eva Dittmer

Please note:

© You may use all my newborn baby poems for scrapbooking - marked (c)Eva Dittmer - for private use only. Any commercial use without my consent is strictly forbidden.


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More Newborn Baby Poems For Your Scrapbook

Here I have collected more short newborn poems and verses (not my own) as well as poems on motherhood perfect to use in a baby scrapbook and album or for your birth announcement card. Some are also baby bible verses, see the origin at the end of each verse: 

First we had each other. Then we had you. Now we have everything. 



She leaves a little sparkle wherever she goes.



I prayed for this child and the Lord has granted me what I asked of him. (1 Samuel 1:27)



How is it possible that out of all little boys (little girls) in the whole world we got the best one(s)?



When you took your first breath, it took ours away.



You are the little miracle that makes my (our) world more beautiful and happier!



Here sleeps a baby (girl / boy) with a head full of magical (adventurous) dreams, a heart full of wonder and hands that will shape the world.



Make mudpies, jump in puddles, climb trees, lie in the grass, dream big, build a fort (a princess castle), run barefoot, play in the rain, reach for the stars, imagine, treat gently, sleep soundly.


I asked the Lord to give me this boy and he has granted my request. (1 Samuel 1:27)



Whenever I see you my eyes turn into little hearts.



Never before has a baby been so wanted and so loved.



The big lesson in life, baby, is never be scared of anyone or anything. (Frank Sinatra)



You will always be the miracle that makes my life / our lives / Mommy's & Daddy's lives complete!



Twinkle, twinkle little star... Brave and beautiful is what you are!



a newborn baby and a promise / poem for baby from parentsexpress your support and unconditional love to your child

Promise to our  baby / child:

Our hands will hold you as long as you need. Our feet will walk with you as long as you want. Our hearts will love you as long as we live.



How wonderful life is, now you're in this world!



May you always know my little one: you were wished for, longed for, prayed for and wanted!



My little baby, you will always be the miracle that makes my life complete.



Every good and perfect gift is from above. (James 1:17)



From the moment they placed you in my arms, you snuggled right into my heart.



I'll love you forever, I'll like you for always, as long as I'm living my baby you'll be. (Robert Munsch)



May you touch dragonflies and stars, dance with fairies and talk to the moon. May you grow up with love and gracious hearts and people who care. Welcome to the world, my little baby.



Heaven blew every trumpet and played every horn, on the wonderful marvelous night you were born. (Nancy Tillmann)



You have my whole heart for my whole life. (Vicki Reese)


No matter how much I say I love you. I always love you more than that.






LOVE written in big, golden letters. The V is formed by two baby feet. White background.a single word with a baby feet icon says it all!



You are more precious than jewels. (adapted from Proverbs 3:15)



Babies are like snowflakes... each one is beautiful and unique!



I wish I was an octopus so I could hug you eight times as much!



Fairy tales do come true. Look at us, we had you!



You are more than we ever expected and better than we ever imagined!


I / we love you a bushel and a peck and a hug around the neck. (line of a song written by Frank Loesser) 



I / we love you to the moon and back, to infinity and beyond, forever and ever!



Without you, my/our little baby girl / baby boy / name of baby, tomorrow wouldn't be worth the wait and yesterday wouldn't be worth remembering.



How do you spell love? You don't spell it - you feel it! (A.A. Milne)



You are precious in every way, the sunshine in our day, the joy in our souls and the love of our lives.



A mother's arms are made of tenderness and children sleep soundly in them (Victor Hugo). Adjust for your scrapbook: My arms are made of tenderness and may you sleep soundly in them.



Promise me, you'll always remember: you're braver than you believe, stronger than you seem and smarter than you think. (Christopher Robin)



Poems and verses especially for baby boys.


More poems and verses for baby girls.



Baby Poems For Scrapbooking 
And For Birth Announcements

Babies smile in their sleep because they are listening to the whispering of angels. 



My life may not be a fairy tale, but you are my little princess / prince!



And she loved a little boy (girl) very, very much - even more than she loved herself.



I believe in love at first sight... because I am your mom!



A hug to say I love you, a hug to say I care, a hug just to let you know, I always will be there! 



For my little peanut: You are the the apple of my eye, the song in my heart, the spring in my step, the warmth in my smile, the sunshine on my shoulders. My little one, I love you more than words can say.



Let me love you a little more before you're not little anymore...



You are my sunshine, my only sunshine, you make me happy, when skies are gray. You'll never know, dear, how much I love you, please don't take my sunshine away.



See you later, alligator. In a while, crocodile. Out the door, dinosaur. Chop chop, lollipop. See you soon, baboon. Take care, polar bear. Give a hug, ladybug. In an hour, sunflower. Maybe two, kangaroo. Better swish, jellyfish. Chow chow, brown cow. Better shake, rattlesnake. Bye bye, butterfly. Gotta go, buffalo. Let's jam, Sam. Blow a kiss, goldfish. Be sweet, parakeet.



On the day you were born, the angels clapped their hands and the moon danced with the stars.



My little baby, you are incredible, adorable, lovable, wonderful, powerful, perfectly beautiful - just the way you are!



I (we) will only ever be in 1 of 3 places: in front of you to cheer you on. Behind you to have your back. Next to you so you aren't walking alone.



Little baby, you are the exclamation mark in the happiest sentence I can ever write!



We loved you from the very start. You stole our breath, embraced our hearts. Our life together has just begun. You are part of us, precious little one!





Winnie the Pooh and Piglet sitting in the grass and poem 'Sometimes, the smallest things...'Winnie Pooh baby poem

Baby bible verses and religious wishes for your scrapbook.

Short Baby Poems For Scrapbooking

Girl: Be a princess, run barefoot, play dress up, wish on dandelions, dance in the rain, have a tea party, dream big, act like a lady, listen to your mama. 



You are a princess and your father is the King of Kings. (adapted from 1 Peter 2:9)



A daughter (a son / a baby girl / a baby boy / you are) is one of the most beautiful gifts this world has to give.



I (we,Mommy & Daddy) love you to the moon and back. 



Of all the things my hands have held the best by far is you! 



So glad we got a little baby boy, so fill our hearts and lives with joy.



Twinkle, twinkle little star, we wished for you and here you are!



Before you were in our arms you were in our hearts (use for example with sonogram picture). 



Girl: a giggle with glitter on it.



Thank heaven for little girls / little boys.



Twinkle, twinkle little star, you'll never know how loved you are.



I'm my daddy's girl and my mommy's world.



All that awesome in such a little boy / little girl.



In a field of roses, you are a wildflower - my little baby girl.



We made a wish - and you came true!



Such a big miracle in such a little boy / little girl.



The littlest feet make the biggest footprints in our hearts.



Baby: a little bit of heaven sent down to earth.



For all the things my hands have held, the best by far is YOU.



A daughter (son, baby) is one of the most beautiful gifts this world has to give.



Side by side or miles apart - you, my little baby, are always close to my heart.



You've been a blessing right from the start - I love you, my little girl / boy, with all my heart.



I asked for light, God gave me sunshine. I asked for water, God gave me rain. I asked for happiness and God gave me you. 



I did not give you the gift of life, life gave me the gift of you!



The moon danced with the stars on the night you were born. 





pink background and baby poem 'You are the sun to my shine...'The sun to my shine poem

Please share your baby poems for scrapbooking or the message you have used for your girl's or son's birth announcement with us by sending me a message. Thank you!


Not found what you are looking for yet? Browse my other website pages on new baby poems, baby quotes and grandmother quotes and have a look there. These are just as well suitable to use for your scrapbook. 

Want some humorous baby poems for scrapbooking?  Check out my collection of funny new-baby quotes.

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Scrapbook Ideas for Baby Boys

I love scrapbook ideas with interactive elements and this one comes not just with tags where you can cover your journaling but also with some acrylic painting so it's really a mixed media scrapbook idea!

Great Scrapbook Ideas for Baby Boys

Here is a not so common Scrapbook Idea for Baby Boys! Scrap with me as I guide you step-by-step in this tutorial. You can always click on the links below if you want to jump to that part of the video.

  • 02:31 Start Adding Strips of Paper to your Scrapbook Page
  • 04:13 Adding Tags to your Scrapbook Page
  • 07:34 Adding the Pictures to the Tags
  • 09:41 Add Acrylic Paint to your Scrapbook with Stencils 
  • 15:17 Add Some Decorations to your Scrapbook Page

Material

Aside from the It's a Boy's World digital scrapbooking kit, and the material I've already listed in all the other tutorials you find here on the blog, here's what you need:

Start Adding Strips of Paper to your Scrapbook Page

Get your It's a Boy's World paper and tear it on one side, just like on the image below. Then glue it on the left edge of your page. Cut any excess paper.

Adding Tags to your Scrapbook Page

Next, add tags to your page. You can make your own tags using a designer's program, or you can just simply cut a coloured paper. It will save you money if you don't buy ready-made tags from the brick and mortar scrapbooking store.

We need 2 tags for this tutorial.

Punch a hole on with the Crop a Dile from We r Memory Makers.

Add your eyelet to each tag. Don't forget to add a hole and a eyelet to your page. It is where you will be attaching the tags later on.

Adding the Pictures to the Tags

Before you glue your cute pictures to your tags, you can add some bits of papers to it.

For the other tag, you can paint it using stencils.

Add Acrylic Paint to your Scrapbook with Stencils

Here, I use a hexagonal stencil for my page and a strong colour of acrylic paint.

And a starry one for my tag. Of course, you can use whatever shapes and colours you want for your scrapbook.

Let your paint dry before you add the pictures to your tag.

After gluing your pictures, tie your tags using a thread. 

Add Some Decorations to your Scrapbook Page

You can add another strip of paper to the bottom part of your page and some stickers (from the It's a Boy's World scrapbooking kit) at the center. There are many elements that you can choose from in this kit, so pick some that you love to add to your scrapbook.

The beauty of digital scrapbooking kits is you can buy them once and print them as often as you need them.

You're done!

Cheers to that lovely scrapbook page that you've just created. If you are curious to learn  how I decorated my other scrapbook page (the one at the right side), you just simply Add Circles and Vellum to your Layout.

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Hello everyone!

These two adorable new albums are for a Baby Boy and Baby Girl. Give them as treasured gifts for a baby shower or a newborn's arrival. Or ... fill it with all of the memories of your own little bundle of joy. 

Pictures and details of your sweet baby will be treasured for years to come in this special keepsake scrapbook. The boy album used Bella Blvd's Cute Baby Boy Collection and the girl album used Sweet Baby Girl Collection.

Baby Boy Scrapbook Album

To purchase the instructions to make this album visit:

Digital Download Instructions




Baby Girl Scrapbook Album

To purchase the instructions to make this album visit:

Digital Download Instructions



To purchase the instructions for these albums:

 Baby Boy Album Instructions

Baby Girl Album Instructions



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