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Birthday Favor Bag Contents - Day#4

Hey ya, I am back today continuing with the contents of the birthday favor bag contents. I have already shared the  common goodies that went into each bag and so now its time I share the exclusive custom items I did for each kid.

First is the DIY Scrapbook for 2 kids in the age group 2.5 and 3 years. Its something they can do with their moms and have fun with the pictures and spend quality time together.

Here is the cover done using Studio Calico Papers and Echo Park Playground Collection Stickers

And here are a few inside pages,

   Cupcake image is an Ippity stamp


I used some fun Paper Smooches stamp for the tags and the "My Favorite" sentiment has also been created using Paper Smooches Alphadot stamp set. Love the font :)

And thats the last page :)

This 10 page Scrapbook was a lot of effort because I wanted it to be fun but still have lots of empty space for the kids & their moms to play around with.

The kids and their parents loved it at the party. What do you think about it? It was my first time creating a DIY scrapbook for kids :D

Hope you like it! See you soon again!


  1. So cute ! Loved the cover + all the pages ! supa brilliant :)

  2. It's Terrific girl!! Superb! I wish I was one of the kid invitee :D

  3. Woow !! Ujjwal these are too cute...

  4. love your scarpbook so bright and fun...fab use of PP's and stamps...any kid would love to own one of these!!!i really liked all the details and the front cover... its superb!!

  5. Love this scrapbook! You've used the pps in such a bright way, its really pretty :)

  6. Faaabulous! love the pages...clean and simple! good job!

  7. cute! And so much work too...

  8. just awesome..... love each and every page...

  9. LOved the DIY scrapbook idea :) lovely

  10. Wow...! Love your design, colours and layouts. It's fabulous. Might use your ideas for my "new baby" (arriving end of this year) mini book.... haha :)

  11. I aM SPEECHLESS....Nothing new when it comes to your creativity though.This is fabulous.I am not surprised that the kids and the parents liked it alike.Love the details on each page and what a fantastic idea to make DIY scrapbooks for kids.Thanks for sharing this idea.I am definitely going to use it for my kids.

  12. Very creative and love your arrangement of embellishment n papers...your first attempt is Superb !!

  13. it seems very hardworking.good effort .love it.

  14. This is some birthday, Ujjwal! These are amazing books but I think it's too expensive to give these to preschool children! LOL

  15. you ROCKED it!!! how fun to do for a party :)

  16. u leave us speechless... every page is so beautifully done! Love it!

  17. This is great work Ujjwal.. Seriously cool work.. Love the ideas used.. :)...

  18. only u could have done this with such perfection ...i love looking at your work :)

  19. This is just so cute & fun!
    The kids & their moms will love & enjoy it !


  20. Every bit of it was loved and enjoyed.

    Great work by Ujjwal! And I can vouch for her creativity and quality!

    Completely loved it!!

    Thanks are to receive more orders soon!!!



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