*The Birth Poster sponsored this post, but all thoughts are my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that make PMQ for two possible.
I first spotted the Birth Poster on Instagram, and really liked the idea of 1:1 scale image of our baby girl, along with her birth info. The types of drawings they offered are right up my alley, and I thought it would make for a neat piece of art to hang in the nursery.
Check out my post about Photo Decor Ideas in the nursery
I played around on the website for a while before settling on Continuous Line #1 (there are 10 options for the baby style).
Their easy to use form helps you input all the info, and then shows you a mock-up of the print. I literally filled mine out on my phone.
Christmas Gift Idea for Grandparents
Since this is JB’s first Christmas, I wanted to give our parents – her grandparents – something unique this year. Unique, but also affordable. With a new baby, we are not rolling in money. I like the price-point for the posters, and thought they’d be perfect!
When I ordered my Birth Poster, I just added a few extra copies to give as a Christmas gift this year. I’ll roll them up in a tube, or frame them and gift that way. There are quite a few ways to gift the Birth Poster, you could even have it sent directly to them.
If you don’t want to do a sketch you can also send a gift card, or send the Letter Poster, the Note Poster, or the number poster. They even offer a duo and trio option for twins and triplets – or if you wanted to have siblings on the same print.
I’m thinking of getting versions of my brothers and I done up for my parents as well.
As you can see, we’ve got our hands full this year, but at least we’ve got Christmas gifts for the grandparents covered!