Well Wishes & Predictions for Baby { Free Printable }

by Amanda Hearn · 2 comments

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Wishes and Predictions for Baby ShowerA fun way to invite guests to give the mother-to-be advice, well wishes, and more! This useful “guest book” is perfect keepsake for a Fuffin’ Awesome baby shower!

All you’ll need are a few supplies!

How to:

Print this Template PDF file (Diaper, Bunny & Monkey are included) quality cardstock. If you have trouble accessing the PDF, you can download the JPG here. Print this full page.

Cut out your shapes and gather the rest of your supplies – pins, writing utensils, ribbon, etc.

Crafty Glitter Clothespins copyOptional: Add glitter! Tiny glittery clothespins are a bit pricey, but their plain counterparts are not. With a little glitter and glue, you can make a bundle of your own for a fraction of the cost!

Simply paint one site with a bit of craft glue and pat it in a mini pile of glitter, then let dry.

On the day of the shower place the cards on a table or in a nice box for guests. Use a small container to hold your pins, and place them next to the cards – along with pens or pencils.

Baby Wishes and Pins Baby WishesSecurely hang a line or two of ribbon for your guests will hang their well wishes and predictions. (I used a couple of clear push pins and wrapped my ribbon around them to hide the plastic head.)

Baby Wishes Clothesline

Save the cards for mom to put in her baby’s keepsake box, and be sure to check out my other Fluffin’ Awesome Baby Shower ideas!

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Amanda Hearn

Amanda Hearn

Founder of The Eco-Friendly Family, design geek, serial tanktopist, content creator, mother, coffee addict, & lover of fun. I am also a partner at Green Child Magazine & Put A Cup In It!
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Mandy July 4, 2015 at 1:13 am

I printed out your Well Wishes & Predictions for Baby free printable but it cuts the bottom off just after “predictions”. I was so disappointed. This is such a cute idea.

Amanda Hearn July 5, 2015 at 4:15 pm

Try adjusting your print settings and ‘print preview’ if you can. It may be a scale issue. Good luck!

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