Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Emmi's First Halloween + Keepsake Tutorial


This October is extra fun and special for us and Emmi. It is her first BIG holiday, Halloween! And
there are so many first happenings throughout this month. Like going to the pumpkin patch for the first time. She turns 9 months in a few days. First time dressing up and going trick-or-treating. SO many good stuff and such a fun month. So to make this holiday month more memorable I am making Emmi a little Halloween keepsake that is personalized and super easy + fun to make.

First Halloween Hand/Foot Print Keepsake


Here is what you will need 
Card stock paper in white
Black, White, Orange paint 
Paint brush
Frames, any size you want
Halloween themed ribbon (optional) 


Step 1- Gather supplies
Paper, paint, brushes, baby

Step 2- Make sure babies foot and hands are clean 
I used Huggies Natural Care Wipes

Step 3- Grab a brush and dip it into some paint
slowly make sure you apply enough paint to the whole foot/hand

Step 4- Carefully have your baby stand on the paper
Get a good stamp of his/her foot, repeat if you must. We  did!

Step 5- Immediately wipe babies foot 
So they don't get it all over. Let that paint dry

Step 6-Add in other features 
( I.e eyes, mouth) You can make a spider, pumpkin, ghost.


This project got a little messy for us. It is OK, it happens to the best of us. Babies, toddlers, and kids in general are born to make messes. No need to stress when I have my all time favorite wipes. The Huggies Natural Care wipes have been my go-to since Emmi was born. I always get them at Babies "R" Us because they always have the best stock of wipes available. Not to worry, Babies "R' Us carries the Huggies Natural Care wipes at stores nationwide. So you can purchase your baby some. 

Now that I am getting ready for Emmi's First Halloween, Babies "R" Us is helping me because it has all the things I need to make her first Halloween more memorable, like Baby costumes  and a lot of cute clothing items for Babies first Halloween. Speaking about celebrating babies First Halloween, this Saturday, October 15 from 11 am to 12 pm, Babies "R" us is having a super fun in-store event. There will be Giveaways and Raffles prizes, a keepsake craft, and parade around the store. You can meet and mingle with other moms who also have babies that will be celebrating their First Halloween. Go in and also learn some tips on getting ready for that cold weather. To see where your nearest Babies "R" us is visit this page , hope to see you there.    







Are you celebrating a babies first Halloween this year? If so check out Babies "R" Us for all your needs! 




XO, Rachel 

16 comments:

  1. This is such a cute project, and I love that it is a keepsake. #client

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  2. That's so much fun! I once got a picture frame that held a picture of my oldest on his first birthday and next to it was a clay mold of his little baby feet. I love it!

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  3. This is such a cute idea! Too precious. Love the ghost feet.

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  4. Wow such an adorable baby you have an a great DIY! Did you capture it on video? Hahaha it will be so cute when she sees herself few years from now.

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  5. Aww such a cute idea! We did footprint flowers for Father's day shortly after our son was born. I love hand/foot print crafts.

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  6. Aww this is such a cute idea! And she is such a precious little one.. I can see she loves art already.

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  7. What a lovely idea!! I have saved this for when we have a child :)

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  8. Oh my gosh, this is adorable. What a special keepsake. :) My favorite pic of her is the one biting the paintbrush! Haha

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  9. I made these with my kids when they were babies. So much fun and so precious!

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  10. That looks like SO much fun. Something so easy and affordable. Your baby looks like she didn't mind getting her feet/hands painted too much. Very cute.

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  11. This is super cute! I love making keepsakes with my little boy.

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  12. I am hoping my baby will be born before Halloween. I want to dress her up :)

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  13. Such a cute project! Little girl doesn't stop moving her hands, but I will definitely be trying a similar Christmas-themed project with her feet :)

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  14. That sounds like so much fun. She is such a cutie!

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