3/19/2013

Quiet Book Summary




And yes, this is my very last quiet book post for a while. Hooray! I've noticed online that a lot of people tend to get very frustrated with the quiet book making process, and I can't say that I'm an exception. Don't get me wrong, I do like how it turned out, but I learned a lot in the process.

So much so that I would have to say that I would do things differently if I were to make another. Mainly I would exploit the use of printable fabric pages. This makes it so much easier and makes it so much easier to make duplicates for multiple children.  I wish my whole book was done this way.  I think I could have made it look much more homogeneous too.  Instead my pages are a bit of a mixed bag.  In all truth though, the girls love playing with it.  That's really all that matters.

Above are images of my cover and of the camping page which I never showed you in detail.  I also made this ice cream page from Imagine Our Life.  My quiet book pages were one of the first things that I posted on this blog.  It is neat to look back at them and realize how my I'm improving, especially with photography.  My pictures still aren't near as good as some of the others you will see on the web, but I'm excited to see progress.

Below are all of the quiet book pages that I showed you in previous posts, along with free templates in many cases.  Clicking on the links under the pictures will take you to the individual pages.
1. Goldilocks and the Three Bears
2. Princess and the Pea
3.  Puppet Theater
4.  Little Old Lady Who Lived in a Shoe
5.  Under the Sea/Mermaid Hair Page
6.  Nativity
7.  My Town Car Map
8.  Pet Shop/Doghouse Page
9.  Farm page

I hope you've enjoyed these quiet book pages and I'd love to hear if you used any of these templates to make your own pages for your own personal use. 

2 comments:

  1. I love your blog...I found a pattern on craftsy. Thanks for your inspiration!

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