free printable DIY baby book with handwritten font

My sweet Pearl Girl is already one, and I just now finished her baby book. I am the Queen of Procrastination. I found a handwriting style font I love and recreated my DIY baby book I made for the Bear with the new font. You can find my original DIY Baby Book with free printables post here. I ordered an 8 1/2 x 11 scrapbook album off Amazon and printed the pages at home on colored 8 1/2 x 11 cardstock.  I am happy to share these free printables with you, for personal use only. See below for more information.

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There are 17 pages available, and you can arrange them in any order you like and use only what you prefer. The pages are simple and leave lots of room for photos and personal information. I have blank pages added in between for more photos. This is by far the cheapest, easiest method (in my opinion) for creating a one of a kind baby book for your little one. Record all of their firsts and special moments for your family to treasure.

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Click over to my Free Printables page to grab the download links. The font used is called Pea Ellie Bellie and is available for free download here in case you want to add pages. If you like what you see here at Bare Feet on the Dashboard, I’d love for you to pin this post, and follow me on Pinterest for more fun ideas and free stuff. All this week and next I’m participating in the Ultimate Guide to Baby’s First Year with 40+ other awesome bloggers.

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4 Comments on Make a DIY Baby Book with a Handwritten Style Font with Free Printables {2nd Edition}

  1. How cute! We have a baby book that we were gifted for my son’s birth. I’m ashamed to say I wasn’t so great at filling it out — what worked better for me was the keepsake calendar where I could jot down milestones on the fly. Maybe I should flesh out his baby book before kiddo #2 makes his debut, hah!

    So glad to be participating in this series 🙂
    Capturing Baby Milestones on Camera

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  3. Would you be willing to reveal the name of this handwriting style? Is it available for download from somewhere? I was wanting to add pages with different titles but I have already printed some of yours with your font and I was wanting the font to all be the same. Thanks so much! 🙂

    • Hey Catherine! It is called Pea Ellie Bellie. I just added a link to the site where you can download it for free to the post above. Thanks for thinking of that, I’m sure others will find it helpful.

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