Kids love to see their name in print–it makes them feel special and important, which of course they already are. We at Oopsy Daisy have plenty of artistic ways to highlight a kid’s name with
Here are some other fun ways to make a child feel special by celebrating her name:
This is a two-step process. First, use a teaspoon to write the child’s initial in pancake batter, backwards, in the heated pan. Let it cook until it’s a little burned, then pour the rest of the batter over it to form a pancake. Let cook for the regular time, flipping once. Voila! The initial will be darker than the rest. Serve them up on a personalized placemat for the ultimate birthday breakfast!
Using alphabet beads (available at any craft store), string the child’s name onto a cord and wrap the cord around a removable eraser. Tie it tightly, or use a bit of glue to keep it in place. These make great classroom party favors!
A growth chart, by its very nature, is already a wonderfully personal addition to a child’s room. What starts out as wall art for a child’s room becomes, over time and the addition of myriad hash marks, a one-of-a-kind record. Go one step further by putting the child’s name onto his growth chart. It’s a treasure that is as personalized as a snapshot. At Oopsy Daisy, we’ve got growth charts for boys, growth charts for girls, growth charts for babies–dozens of personalized growth chart choices. Come take a look.