The baby footprint poem goes as such. Precious feet, so small, so sweet. Tiny toes all in a row, catch them quickly before they grow. A keepsake created now so when your big, you?ll see how once upon a time they were. Your precious feet, so small, so sweet. This is written on practically anything that you would put a footprint on. This cute will poem is manufactured on many items, however, you can place them the poem on anything that you would like.
To use the baby footprint poem you can use it in your scrapbook or you can write it on the back of a photo of your child?s feet. Most of the time, you will get a footprint from the hospital. When you get this and bring it home, you will want to place it in the child?s baby book.
Then next to the print you can write the footprint poem. This will add a some cuteness, as well as make it so much more special when your child looks through the book as an adult. By adding the poem to a baby book you are able to add something from the heart that your child will love as an adult.
To find the footprint printed on plaques for your child?s footprint you can search the Internet. There are tons of hits when you use a search engine to find footprint merchandize. If you are looking for the perfect baby gift for your sister, daughter, or best friend you can always go with the footprint plaque. If you add the poem it will seem even more special to your expecting friend.
If you receive the poem, you should have it framed once you place the child?s footprint on the paper. If you hang it, you will want to make sure that the sun doesn?t touch it directly or it will fade. You don?t want your memories to fade so that is one reason why most people place it in the baby book, however, if you want to show off your newly born pride and joy you can always frame it and place it in a wall way or den. It also looks really nice in the nursery.
When it comes to having it framed, you can have the paper matted and professionally framed or you may go to any of the local stores and frame it yourself.
No matter what you do with the poem and print, you will always have a little keepsake that will never change, no matter how big they grow up to be.
Copyright © 2006 Lena Hilltorp
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