April 22, 2018

Belly Sticker Book – Just Snap and Share

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Theres not a day that goes by where you don’t see a proud parent showcasing their baby or child’s milestones on social media.  Often, these photos have a prop or a milestone card displaying the new skill or achievement that their baby has met. I love the sentimentality behind these photos and that’s why I was really keen to review The Belly Sticker book.

Belly sticker book

What is The Belly Sticker Book?

I am sure you’ll all agree, that as parents it’s so important to capture those special memories. You child’s first month, their first haircut or their first steps.  The Belly Sticker book is a book made up of 48 stickers in total.  These stickers are to use when you capture these special moments and showcase these.  As the book states, these are belly stickers!

These include:

As Baby K is now 13 months, initially, I did think about how would get the most use out of this book, but I was pleasantly surprised at how many stickers we could still use!

Opened belly sticker book next to a vase of flowers

What stickers did we use?

Baby K with a belly sticker on his back saying bad hair day with fluffy hair

Well, this photo was taken right after his bath and his hair had gone all curly with being wet.  I thought this would be a perfect moment to capture, so used the “Bad Hair Day’ sticker.  I thought it was great to show that although this is a belly sticker book, you can actually stick the stickers anywhere!  Some of the other stickers included in ‘random, fun events’ we used were OMG how cute is this?, TGIF and I was up all night!

Baby K smiling at the camera with a LOL sticker on him

We have many LOL moments in our house (also some not with a maniac house of 5!) but this captures his happiness and laughter perfectly!  We were having such a laugh with throwing some balls that I knew this sticker would be perfect to use!

This belly sticker was loved by my eldest B who just LOVES pizza.  I’d never given Baby K pizza before but he now LOVES it too!  He was pretty happy to have it and it didn’t last long!

Baby K giving a little wave to the camemr with I can wave bye bye belly siticker on his tummyI love capturing moments of the kids doing new things.  Here he is giving a little wave  – I know it doesn’t look like much of a wave but it is!  He does this cute twist of his wrist and since a couple of days ago, now waves his brother and sister off to school!  Some of the other milestone stickers included are My first bath, I can sit up and I can walk.

 

Baby K wearing an Happy Earth Day belly sticker in front of a picture of a map

We had a couple of celebratory holidays left to capture, but this is a first for me – Earth Day. I’d never heard of it before so I knew I definity wanted to capture Baby K’s first Earth Day with a belly sticker!  There were so many other holidays to celebrate, such as My first Halloween, My first Mothers Day and My first Thanksgiving.

Our verdict

I love the concept of this book and we had a lot of fun using the stickers and creating special sentimental memories.  The wide variety of belly stickers in the book gives it some great usage especially from birth. However still usable if brought within the first year of a child being born.  We loved the random fun event stickers the best!

The belly stickers were easy to peel out of the book and stick onto Baby K’s clothing.  There were no issues peeling off the clothing either and didn’t cause any damage to the sticker or his tops.

The book is a little bit different to the standard milestone cards you see sold in most stores.   I really like the uniqueness to this book and this is why I give it a big thumbs up!

If interested, The Belly Sticker Book is now on sale on Amazon for the price of £9.99

For my last book review, click here.

*This is a collaborative post and I was gifted this book in exchange for a review.  However, all words and opinion are my own*

14 comments so far.

14 responses to “Belly Sticker Book – Just Snap and Share”

  1. Matt O’Connor says:

    Some great pics there of baby k 💙

  2. What a fab idea, these are fab and lots of fun! Perfect for keepsake photos!

  3. I love this! I wish this type of thing was around when my girls were younger, such a lovely way to remember x

  4. Lisa (mummascribbles) says:

    Oh I love these! They are a brilliant idea and so different to what’s already available!

  5. Jenni says:

    These are such a great idea. I love the fact that they are stickers rather than the cards, it’s a bit of a change. I think they would make a great gift.

  6. Awh how cute is this! I wish I’d had something like this for when my two were babies! x

  7. Jaki says:

    This is lovely. I didn’t do anything like this when little man was a baby. I never even gave it a thought. Thanks so much for sharing with #TriumphantTales, hope to see you again on Tuesday.

  8. I had never seen this product before and it looks absolutely brilliant! I love this idea, as the cards can get chucked to one side. This is really fun, I would definitely give it to a new mum as a pressy. Thanks for sharing with #fortheloveofBLOG

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Hi and welcome to The Willow Tree. I’m Michelle, also known as Shel and I am a mama to three beautiful crazy kids – I have two handsome boys and a wild and wonderful girl.

I really wanted a concrete place to share my thoughts, ideas and my ups and downs on family life, sharing our family adventures and love for fashion. I’d love for it to be a community of support and advice for others too.

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