my very own birth announcement

i wish mum discovered the beautiful art of digital scrapping earlier on, she would’ve made my very own birth announcement when i was born, much like the one in this photo. neat, right?
anyway, she recently stumbled into this cool shop where you can make awesome personalized cards + announcements, so am sure, we will have some nice card designs at the ready if ever we’ll be needing one soon, like for my 2nd birthday, maybe? 😉
here’s what this cool site says:
Modern and Fresh Invitations and Announcements
Chic and modern announcements and holiday greeting cards can be made at Keeping Me Posted. This great site has special designs available to you. The state-of-the-art photo personalization tools can be used to grab your favorite photos from Facebook, Flickr, Picasa, and SmugMug. There are so many designs to choose from. Personalization tools can change the font style, size, and color. These great tools can be used also to change photos from color to black and white or sepia. You can preview the customized card design free of charge before you purchase it. There is no trouble to get another design. All you have to do is let Keeping Me Posted know, and they will assist you in getting it created. A customized design can be made for you for nothing extra. The cards are made with top-quality thick matte paper and HP Indigo printing presses. Every card is carefully reviewed during the card creation stages so that you get a unique product that is in a class above the competition. Visit Keeping Me Posted today at for a Christmas card or an announcement.

check it out if you’ve time, will you? cheers!

disclaimer: this is a sponsored post by Mom’s Network

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  1. Great tips Jared. btw, before my first child was born my family & churchmates prepared a baby shower for me. It was fun and rewarding. I received a lot of baby goodies like diapers and baby essentials.

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