When I had my baby shower for my son, I received this cool ink kit. It came with two small frames connected together by ribbon so when you hung it up it looked oh so adorable. It came with really tiny pieces of thick paper to put in the frames and a baby safe ink pad. It sort of worked but I had such a hard time getting my son to NOT curl his toes! The paper was also quite tiny and hard to work with.
I now have two kiddos and have been wanting to do another set of hand and feet prints to show how much my little man has grown and to have a set for my 6 month old daughter.
I was extremely happy to be given the opportunity to review this product. I got the item in the mail a while ago, but I have been extremely busy lately. I am preparing to go back to college in January (radiology program at the local community college), house hunting, preparing for a wedding and job hunting for a part-time job.
I finally was able to use this kit this evening! I used it on my son because he is 2 now and can somewhat follow directions. The package comes with two ink sheets and 4 sheets of paper.
|It only shows 2 sheets and one ink sheet because I used the others for my sons|
It was so easy I used one half of the plastic sheet with ink on his hand and the other half on his foot! Now I have adorable handprint and footprint to frame!
I am going to attempt getting two foot prints from my daughter. She is still at the age that she clenches her fists a lot. The hand print I have of my son when he was younger makes him look like he has an extra finger haha! This time I am not going to take the chance of messing up!
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