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Kids: Keepsakes

do this with first dance recital costumes and first baseball uniform.

love plate with foot prints

Do at the end of each school year starting with kindergarten- I love this idea!

Handprint Growth Chart Pink Handprint Gifts

Footprint Christmas Craft Ideas ornament:equal parts salt and flour, add water to make into a dough then bake at 200 degrees for 3hrs. then use acrylic paint topped with acrylic gloss spray paint.

Trace their forearm & hand. Paint it. Fingerprints for leaves.

"You are my sunshine" So cute! Created with little footprints!

official tooth fairy certificates - so cute!

First year of tee ball! i wish i would have thought of this! so precious!

Love this idea. Think I'm going to make one for each of my kids.

Write notes back & forth with your child. Leave it on their bed, when they have a chance, they write back and leave it on your bed. How neat would it be to have those notes to look back on?

Using whole outfits instead of pieces for a Memory Quilt

Tooth fairy chart pillow...cute way to have the kids see what tooth they lost and document when they lost it.

Guest sign when they come to the hospital!

First week of school time capsule- stamp & date their itty handprints, measure their height with yarn, and have them fill out a little first day info sheet with their self portrait on the back. Then save 'till the last day of school and have them open it and do the exact same activity! It’ll be so much fun to see how much they grow and change this year!! Love this idea! (download sheets!)

I love this...take a picture once a week for a year and turn into book

Cute DIY: Turn a 2x4 into a large ruler for the wall, and record the height of your kids as they grow. You never have to worry about moving to a new house

Last day of school holding a picture from the first day of school...would be cute to do the first or last day of Senior Year as well...with the kindergarten picture!

Cute idea- every time you measure your child, write down what they want to be when they grow up.