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Do It Yourself: Personalized Alphabet Book

AndreaDekker.com shows you how to make a Personalized Alphabet Book for a child or grandchild.

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3 Comments

  • Shelly says:

    This is a great idea for an alphabet book.

    For my son I took pictures of him doing his morning routine and then printed it out for him to put on his wall in his room. Then he could easily check to see what he still needed to do and without so much reminding from me.

  • Rachel says:

    I did a similar version of this when my now 7 year old was a baby. I just chose 26 alphabet themed pictures and printed them at Walmart. Then I wrote out “C is for Christopher”, etc for each letter and stuck them in a small photo album. It’s not a professional as this one, for sure, but he loved it anyway!

    I also had the idea to do perpetual photo albums for all my boys. I make sure I print out one photo per child per month and add it to their own album with a label and a sticker or two. That way, even if I am behind on my family album at least I’ve done something!

  • Sara says:

    I love this! What a great gift it would make, also!

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