Free Printable My First Holidays Milestone Photo Signs
Here’s a set of free printable Baby’s first holidays’ signs to photograph and document all your little ones’ first celebrations. 13 different holidays’ signs are included to make sure you don’t miss any occasion to document your baby’s evolution and fun events!
In case you’re not familiar with this concept, baby milestone signs can be used to take photos and document your baby’s events during their first year. Babies change so fast! You want to make sure you remember every little step of their growth. This set of baby’s first holiday signs is perfect to make holidays and celebrations extra special.
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I’ve included 13 different baby holidays signs:
- My First New Year Sign
- My First Valentine’s Day Sign
- My First Saint Patrick’s Day Sign
- My First Easter Sign
- My First Mother’s Day Sign
- My First Father’s Day Sign
- My First 4th of July Sign
- My First Halloween Sign
- My First Dia de Los Muertos Sign
- My First Pumpkin Patch Sign
- My First Thanksgiving Sign
- My First Christmas Sign
- My First Birthday Sign
How to use these Baby’s Milestone Signs?
Once you’ve downloaded the file (further down this page), you can simply pick and print the page or pages you need.
To use simply place the cards next to your baby and snap a photo. When your baby is growing up, he or she can hold the card in his/her hands.
You can keep your photo simple or, if you want to have even more fun with it, you can go all out on the themed costume and decorations around your baby!
To turn this into even more of a memory-keeping ritual, I recommend you add details about your baby on the back of each holiday sign, such as the date/location the photo was taken, your baby’s weight, size, and other noteworthy facts.
I like printing this type of project on Cardstock Paper: I use Neenah Bright White Premium Cardstock on Amazon, because it’s thick (65lb), smooth and inexpensive. But even regular copy paper can do.
I’ve opted for a Scandinavian style, both gender-neutral and fun. I also added little illustrations related to each holiday. I hope you like it! Plus, this design is pretty ink economic (compared to blackboard sign for example) if that’s something you’re concerned about.
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Preview of all the 13 signs included in this “My first” Holiday Signs set:
These are low-resolution preview images. You can download the high-resolution PDF further down.
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