🌈 colouring in doesn’t have to be time consuming or complicated!
Grab your favourite markers and turn your memory book into something AMAZING 🤩
For this page we used pastel stabilo highlighters (which you can buy for as little as $5 for a set of 4).
Start off my choosing a page. I like using this technique on the pages with detailed patterns like this one in our Birthday Book.
Test your colours on a spare bit of paper or the test page in your book.
1️⃣ Choose your colours
2️⃣ Practice your pattern on a test but of paper
3️⃣ Draw your horizontal lines changing colours as you go.
4️⃣ Draw the vertical lines changing colours as you go.
5️⃣ Don’t be afraid to keep it simple. Add your photos and fall in love with the finished result!
Have fun playing around and create a keepsake as unique as your little person.
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Download your FREE Printable Milestone Cards here!!
Don’t forget the important memories from Father’s Day 2021 – colour these cards and then capture the special moments to stick in your Adventures with Dad, Baby or Toddler books!
Everyone I know has so many photos of their little ones on their phones. How can you possibly get all those pictures into your baby book?!
There is a way!
Flip photos look amazing, create a great effect in your book and mean you don’t have to choose between all your fave pics.
One of the pages we see our Blueberries have the most trouble with is putting their family tree pages together. Not knowing where to start can make it really tricky.
Our new and improved Grandparents and Me Book has its own unique family tree spread, with two trees intertwining so you can show both sides of the family coming together to create the special little one (or little ones).
Ladies- Are you stuck on what baby book to get? Do you want a baby record book you can customise?
Maybe you’ve already got one of our books and you haven’t started yet? I’m here to help!
The ladies inside our Blueberry Co Baby Book Club (click to join) have pretty much tested EVERY colour combination there is, and I’ve picked out the best ones for your inspiration!!
When it comes to putting life changing events, like giving birth, down on paper sometimes the enormity of the process can feel overwhelming.
'Should I include all the messy details?'
'Should I tell my child I feared for my life?'
'How do I explain any birth injuries?'
'Should I include anything negative? They're only kids!'
by Polly McCourt of Sage Cosmetic Coaching
My toddler, Alfie, is absolutely obsessed with Koalas. Whenever he sees them pictured in a book, he gushes and kisses the page. So come Alfie’s 3rd Birthday, throwing him a Koala themed party seemed a no brainer. I don’t profess to be in any way a fancy party planner, but I did create a special day that he loved. If you’ve got a koala lover like mine on your hands, I hope these ideas help you out.
Don't know where to start with your Monochrome Baby Book? Don't worry! We've broken down the steps to creating the perfect page.
Did you catch our Facebook Live yesterday? I went through every step LIVE!! You can see how easy it is to fill in your Monochrome Baby Book or any of our other memory books? The trick is to just get started!