Wednesday, February 4, 2015

iCustomLabel: Junk Food Chalk #PregnancyStickers

When you're trying to conceive, seeing that positive pregnancy test is a very special moment. Many women begin documenting their pregnancy from day one, not only for health purposes and to make sure the baby is growing properly, but also to document those sentimental moments so that they can look back on them once their child is born.

With the rise in popularity of websites like Pinterest and Instagram, many women are taking to social media to document their pregnancies through creative, captivating images. Today, there are numerous ways to make documenting your pregnancy more exciting, fun, and sentimental.
iCustomLabel makes pregnancy belly stickers that you can use when taking photographs of your growing abdomen.

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The Junk Food Chalk Pregnancy Stickers are a fun way to document your pregnancy from conception to birth. Each sticker includes a picture of food to depict just how big (or small) your bun in the oven is depending on how far along you are. At only $10 for a set of 12 stickers, these stickers are inexpensive, and can help you create memories that last a lifetime!

One set of stickers includes a sticker for 4 weeks, 6 weeks, 10 weeks, 12 weeks, 14 weeks, 16 weeks, 18 weeks, 24 weeks, 32 weeks, and 40 weeks, along with an early sticker stating "There's a bun in the oven!" and a final sticker that exclaims, "About to pop!"

The stickers are versatile, and can be used for a multitude of purposes, including birth announcements ("There's a bun in the oven!") or for scrapbooking. The stickers may also be applied directly to the stomach for photographs of your growing tummy. The stickers are both water and tear-proof.

My sister, who is expecting her first child, really got a kick out of these stickers! She loves the way they can be applied comfortably to the stomach for a photo, and then removed and stuck into a scrapbook for safe-keeping to look back on later.

She was able to easily apply them to her tummy, without any strange lines or awkward movement as she took her photograph. She said that the fact that they still remained sticky after having been applied to the skin was a plus for her, as she'd like to include them in her scrapbook.

If you're expecting and want to do something creative during your pregnancy, consider looking into iCustomLabel's Pregnancy Stickers. They also have custom candle labels for baby shower favors (or game prizes), along with cupcake toppers and more!

My sister and I would both recommend these stickers to women who are expecting, and even those who are currently trying to conceive, as you can never be too prepared for a pregnancy.

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