Oh Baby Prints: Custom Photo Birth Announcements

A former graphic and web designer for small business and not-for-profit organizations, mom of two-Kelly Reif, has turned her talents toward all-things-infant as her own family expanded. The result . .  Oh Baby Prints, a labor of love to nurture new parents with warm, stylish greetings.  New moms and dads will love the sophisticated, chic, clean designs and the ability to make their baby's birth announcement as special and individual as their new bundle of joy!

A former graphic and web designer for small business and not-for-profit organizations, mom of two-Kelly Reif, has turned her talents toward all-things-infant as her own family expanded. The result . . Oh Baby Prints, a labor of love to nurture new parents with warm, stylish greetings. New moms and dads will love the sophisticated, chic, clean designs and the ability to make their baby’s birth announcement as special and individual as their new bundle of joy!

“I wanted to create a keepsake,” says Reif. “The birth of a child is a celebration. The announcement should be too.” Reif designs custom photo birth announcements with such whimsical headings as “Cute As A Button,” “All Swaddled Up,” and “Angel Eyes”. Her contemporary style incorporates recycled paper, textured backing and magnets for easy display.

Oh Baby Prints e-birth announcements, offer family and friends of new parents a virtual introduction to baby . . . right in their inbox. This eco-friendly option includes a website-style custom birth announcement page, matching photo gallery of up to 15 images of the baby, unlimited e-mail distribution, and savings on matching magnetic birth announcements.

In addition to magnetic and e-birth announcements, Oh Baby Prints designs holiday photo cards and baby shower, birthday and baptism invitations.

Exclusive CBS Offer: Take 10% off printed or electronic Oh Baby Prints birth announcements. Simply enter promo code OBP2010 upon checkout.

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  1. Tottyteacher

    I have used Oh baby prints for all of my card needs–birth announcements, holiday cards and invitations. All of them are spectacular! I would recommend them to everyone!

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  2. Anne

    I used Oh Baby Prints for my e-birth announcement. It was awesome. My friends and family loved it.

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  3. Kathryn

    I used Oh Baby Prints for the birth of my first daughter. I have gotten so many compliments on how cute they are from all my friends and family. I love Oh Baby Prints!

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  4. Dawn

    This sounds wonderful but don’t forget iPhone Birth Announcements.
    Check out http://www.dawnkempf.com to see “Our family of iPhone Birth Announcement apps for Your family” . ItsABoy! ItsAGirl! ItsTwins! ItsTwins2! ItsABrother! ItsASister! ItsAGranddaughter! ItsAGrandson! ItsANiece! ItsANephew! For $1.99 you get the app and you can email as many birth announcements as you want. No Postage! Send it right from the hospital!

    Makes a great baby shower gift!

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  5. Jason

    Another great place to get custom cards and invitations is Shutterfly. They are often thought of as a photo sharing site, but they offer customizable baptism invitations and christening invitations as well.

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  6. Heather Hart

    I used Oh Baby Prints — I would say AVOID! Kelly delivered unusable work several months after the promised delivery date and threw in a whole bunch of “extra” charges. I went to Etsy and got cheaper, better announcements that were delivered promptly by someone who was not crazy. Steer clear of Oh Baby Prints. Nothing elegant by Kelly Reif!

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  7. Heather Hart

    PLEASE use Etsy, where you can check reviews. My husband and I found Kelly and Oh Baby Prints were *BEYOND* awful and *UTTERLY* unprofessional. If you enjoy looong, irrational e-mails and undelivered items, go with Kelly. Those positive reviews must be her family because our experience was awful.

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