Hi! Today I put together a Birthday 15 Questions for my son. Each year on his birthday, I will ask him the same set of questions and write down his answers. I got the idea from Reaves, Party of Four, but I incorporated my own twists to it. The questions will start at age 3 and go until age 11. (That is how many pages are in the album I bought) I think my son will love to see what he said when he gets older.
Here is what I started with.
SEI Preservation Series Album 8" by 8" (I got mine from JoAnn Fabrics online)
Reflection Alphabet and Number Stickers (Michael's)
Star Decorations (Michael's, clearance section)
I love when I can get cute decorations for cheap! Woohoo!
Next I added the name of my son to the album. Then I put the stars on it. Here is a picture of the front cover.
Inside I made a cover page that says what the book is for.
Then I created a document with the 15 questions I wanted to ask him year after year. I also added a line at the bottom for him to write his name every year. I thought this would be a nice touch to the page. I made the page so that I could go ahead and put the book completely together and then pull out the page I need for how old he is. I made a line so I could hand write his answers. Then I printed out his picture so it would fit into the book. I used Photoshop to write Happy Birthday on it and his age. Then I printed it out and put at the opposite page.
I continued to add the questions to the whole book so that was one less thing I would have to do each year. I also added a black strip of paper to the top of the question page with a number on it. I thought this would just add a little cuteness to the page.
I love this book. I can't wait to hear his answers every year and see him write his name.