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Great New Ways to Display Your Baby Photos
Babytalk has a few simple, inexpensive ideas on how to show off your baby's photos without spending hours creating albums or fancy scrapbooks. As seen on Good Morning America -- get your baby on TV!
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- As a new parent, you're undoubtedly taking endless photos of your little one, but you're soon going to realize that you're just not going to have the time to upload every single shot and organize them into albums. Babytalk has a few simple, inexpensive ideas on how to show off your baby's photos without spending hours creating albums or fancy scrapbooks.
Shadow Box from Exposures
Pin booties, a birth announcement, a cap, and more into a Shadow Box from Exposures and display them in baby's room. We say it counts as a scrapbook. ($35 - $60; exposuresonline.com)
- Instead of showing off the traditional "brag book", send your friends and family a few photos in classy accordion books from Rag & Bone -- you can display them at home or mail them as gifts to family and friends. ($26, ragandbone.com)
- For those of you who want a snazzy scrapbook but don't have a lot of time on your hands, consider mini scrapbooking kits that help you "do it yourself" without having to start from scratch, like the adorable books K and Company that come with all the stickers and cut-outs that you need to create a really original brag book. ($7 to $10, www.kandcompany.com)
- Photo sharing sites like shutterfly.com have so many photo product options to choose from -- send calendars to family members, make a mouse pad for your office, or put your baby's photo on a keepsake box where you can store baby mementos. ($2 per custom card, $25 - $60 per photo book; $40 for a personalized story book; $90 - $150 for a canvas print; $10 for a mousepad; $20 for a keyring; $30 for a keepsake box; shutterfly.com)
- Take too-small but too-special-to-part-with baby clothes and mail them off to a company called Ticche and Bea and they'll make them into a quilt for you. No work at all! For crafty moms, the company also sells do-it-yourself kits so that you can sew your own quilts at home. ($59.50; $29.50 for a do-it-yourself kit; ticcheandbea.com)