Monday, May 3, 2010

Mother's Day Gift for Yourself

Do you have tiny onesies stashed in your closet from when your kids were little?  That take home outfit or Christening gown shouldn't be hidden away.  They are too cute. 

So treat yourself to your own Mother's Day gift and display them.

I bought a couple of 11x14 frames at Wal-Mart for $5.00 each.  I got out some construction paper (you can use scrapbook paper), tape, and scissors. 

I ironed the teenie-weenie onesies and used double sided tape to affix them to some construction paper.  You can loop any regular tape to work just fine.  I printed up the kids names, birthday, time of birth, and birth weight on the computer.  I cut that out and put it at the bottom just below the outfits. 

Now I have a sweet reminder from when my kids were super little.  I walk past them every time I go down the hall.  It is the best $10.00 (since I bought two frames) I ever spent on myself.  :-)

If price was not a factor, what would you buy yourself for Mother's Day?



  1. That is so absolutely darling! Very creative!

  2. This is such a fantastic idea! I know I have box of itty bitty baby clothes I just can't bear to get rid of - Now I need to go frame shopping!

  3. I love this idea! So creative. I can't wait to go buy a frame. I totally have to do this!

  4. Oh my gosh, I LOVE this idea!

  5. this is adorable, I am doing this today!
    If money were truly no problem then I would totally buy this:

    Yeah, I know it's not going to happen. SO cute though!

  6. another hit idea! Awesome way to store those memorables and reduce clutter ;. Have shared with other mummies and marked it in delicious ;p

  7. What a creative idea! I'm adding this to the list of projects I want to do.

  8. I have the outfits my boys wore home from the hospital, a photo of them in it, their bassinet id card, ankle band, frames, USA Today issue from that day...just have not put it together yet!

  9. These are adorable Kim! It would make a great Mother's Day gift for friends too! Thanks for sharing.

  10. This is such a creative idea. I have a Hungry Caterpillar Onsie that both my kids wore. I should frame that for my daughter's room. I never thought of it! Thanks for sharing, Kim!!!

  11. Hmm. I think I'd have to take them down during PMS - I'd cry every time I passed it:) Onesies always make my heart melt

  12. That is an awesome idea. Thanks for sharing!

  13. :) going to have to do this really precious! I have these little preemie outfits that would be so sweet in these I still cant believe my babies were ever so tiny LOL
    Hope you had a great weekend!

  14. I love this idea! I have some special outfits I have been saving and telling myself I will make a quilt out of them somehow (No I have never made a quilt!. Your idea I can actually do! Thank you!!

  15. What a cute idea. If money were no object, a major vacation sparing no expense.

  16. Now this is adorable! I do have tiny little onesies that I kept and I absolutely, must do this!

    If money was not an object, I think I would purchase me a minivan and yes, I swore I would never drive a minivan!

  17. Oh, my goodness, these are the cutest things EVER!!! Definitely doing this soon! :)

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