Username Post: Baby/Children Page Kits        (Topic#1568787)
camelheel
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My time is very thin but I want to make sure I make fun, great pages for my second daughter just like I made for my first. Are there any good sites for finding fun page kits? I don't want "flat" pages and I am not looking for a kit "club". I want 2 page lo types of sites - like we see featured in CKC classes or those type of pages. Make sense? I want to put them together so not necessarily looking for pre-made either. I am not opposed to a club kit if the kit features kids' pages, has the LO instructions and can be purchased without a monthly commitment! Thanks for all your help on this!


 
camelheel
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Juggy
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  • Juggy on 01-06-12 09:47 AM
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Google "premade scrapbook pages"

That brought up multiple places to start looking.

Do you have a local sb store? I know mine carry page kits with instructions etc - not a kit but will have specific pages for easter, back to school etc (the "big" photo ops ...)

Good Luck!


 
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I really like Fancy Pants' baby mine. It's a collection including papers and matching embellishments. You'll probably just have to add solid cardstock papers. And depending on how many pages you'll make, you have to buy multiple sets.

Is that something you're looking for? If so, just search here in the store. Type "Baby" and set your filter to "Kits". You'll see many baby kits.

Michaels or any scrapbook store will have tons of baby kits too, usually including papers, stickers, words, borders, etc for you to make quite a few pages. But I want to make so many pages I don't think any one kit would fit my needs. I buy a few of them and many solid cardstock paper in blue, green and white so I can mix and match.


 
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In response to Juggy

  • Juggy Said:
Google "premade scrapbook pages"

That brought up multiple places to start looking.

Do you have a local sb store? I know mine carry page kits with instructions etc - not a kit but will have specific pages for easter, back to school etc (the "big" photo ops ...)

Good Luck!



THanks. I tried the google search and found some but I was hoping others might have different ideas. I actually found a good one, paisley and polka dots that did not come up on my search. I wish we had a local sb store that did kits - that would be awesome. sometime you just don't have time to be independently creative! :


 
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  • yelppuppy Said:
I really like Fancy Pants' baby mine. It's a collection including papers and matching embellishments. You'll probably just have to add solid cardstock papers. And depending on how many pages you'll make, you have to buy multiple sets.

Is that something you're looking for? If so, just search here in the store. Type "Baby" and set your filter to "Kits". You'll see many baby kits.

Michaels or any scrapbook store will have tons of baby kits too, usually including papers, stickers, words, borders, etc for you to make quite a few pages. But I want to make so many pages I don't think any one kit would fit my needs. I buy a few of them and many solid cardstock paper in blue, green and white so I can mix and match.



That is more of a collection pack of paper and I was really looking for more of pre-designed pages. I buy the collection kits, but my creative bug sometimes lets me down and I just want to get a page done quickly that someone has already labored over! Especially when you have a lot of pictures you want to scrap on the subject, like Christmas, Easter, Baby's First!


 
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Ever thought of going digital? You can buy predesigned layouts and albums and just stick the photo in.

I am doing the Becky Higgins digital project life album for my daughters first year. Easy peasy.


 
camelheel
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I've thought about digital but I like the touch and smell of a hard copy book! I haven't been able to convert to digital scrapbooks or digital reading for the same reason! MY life would probably be easier if I made the commitment though!


 
mishan32
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  • camelheel Said:
I've thought about digital but I like the touch and smell of a hard copy book! I haven't been able to convert to digital scrapbooks or digital reading for the same reason! MY life would probably be easier if I made the commitment though!




Amen to that. I even went and did a digital class. It is NOT for me. My eyes and head were killing me all of the time I spent at the computer. It was no fun to me at all. My friend swears by it but she stays home and loves to be on her computer. I want to glitter, and paint, and cut, and paste, and...........lol My digital lasted about a week. Besides, me and my daughter in law, daughter, and sons girlfriend all do it. Kind of hard to get together for digital. We have such fun scrap parties also!


 
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You could do hybrid. Get the pages printed and then add dimension with ribbon, flowers, bling...just throwing some ideas out there for time saving.


 
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I want to try a digital book. My SIL made one through Shutterfly and it is beautiful!

I think they'd make perfect gifts, will probably do it next Christmas for all of the grands.

To the OP, there are loads of premade kits at my local M's. Have you tried looking there?


 
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