When taking so many baby photos I’m sure it’s hard to pick a favorite but try to chose just one and create a layout around it like this sweet page created by Debbi. You can take a closer look at the Bramble Fox blog.
Some of the most important scrapbooking you might do is for a baby, whether for your own child or for someone else’s bundle of joy, documenting those early moments is priceless to have later on. And there’s so many opportunities to take photos and scrap fun times like favorite foods, cute new outfits, first holidays, milestones and more.
I’ve gathered up a big bouncing bundle of some wonderful Baby Scrapbook Layouts to help inspire you. Below each photo will be a link, many will contain products used, tips and tricks and tutorials.
Lots of pastel hearts cut from pattern papers form two borders on this adorable twins page. Clusters of embellishments and little sentiments are also scattered around. I spotted this layout over on the Echo Park Instagram.
This colorful mixed media layout features a cute little tike on a cute little trike. The background was created with gouache paint and a bubble wrap stencils, a doily, stamped definition, die cut title and more. Learn all about it over on the Altenew blog.
This adorable page uses black and white with pops of pink using strips of pattern papers and lots of paint splatters and white tone stenciling to add texture for the background. Learn more on the Paper Rose Studio blog.
Wow, check out all the depth and dimension on this amazing baby layout. Using mixed media techniques along with 3D flowers, chipboard embellishments, layers of torn papers and a non-traditional color scheme this Christmas layout is a stunner! I caught this design on the Prima Marketing Gallery at Scrapbook.com.
This sweet little red head is enjoying a wonderful sunny day in the garden. Lots of floral pattern papers and botanical cut outs add to the charm of the photos. Visit the Pretty Little Studio blog for all the details.
This cutie pie is enjoying a day at the park. I love all the sunny yellows and the design of the layout is so unique with two thick “borders” coming from either side, with lots of layers of papers, trims, and embellishments. Visit the Hey, Little Magpie blog for a closer look.
Swimsuits and ice cream take center stage on this summer baby layout, and doesn’t that background look good enough to eat?! I love the use of a simple black and white photo, it stands out nicely against all the bright colors. Visit the Simple Stories blog for all the info.
This clean and simple Traveler’s Notebook page uses a black and white photo, typed journaling on vellum and stamped text and title for a modern design. Visit the Kerri Bradford blog for all the details.
Take a look at that super cute smile! The layers of die cut arches from pattern and metallic foils along with stitching around the clouds gives this adorable design so much texture and dimension. Pop on over to the Pinkfresh Studio blog to learn how Susi put this layout together.
If you’ve got lots of layouts to create try using a kit, it helps take some of the guess work out of mixing and matching, everything coordinates for quicker and easier designs and what new parent doesn’t need that? Jayma used a kit from CTMH to make several pages and shared a video tutorial on her blog, Playing with Paper.
Weekly or monthly layouts can help you keep track of all of baby’s firsts and note there progress. You can find step by step directions for this page on the Creative Memories blog.
This colorful layout has lots of rainbows, pretty flowers and birds and a row of drippy hearts that add great movement and color to the design. Marcia is sharing a process video on the My Creative Scrapbook blog.
Is there anything cuter than a little one all messy with food? Document your child’s favorite foods with a fun layout like this one I spotted on Tanisha Renee’s Gallery at Scrapbook.com.
I hope all of these adorable layouts have inspired you to create fun designs for your sweet baby’s scrapbook.