The Sonogram Keepsake Picture Frame makes a memorable baby
announcement. Images by Ellyn Sonogram Picture Frames are simply
Now you can keep the sonogram picture display for all to see. Make
this moment last forever. When you want to preserve your baby
first imagen, this will be the ideal frame for you. The ultrasound
frames are perfect gift for a baby shower. Images by Ellyn
Sonogram ( ultrasound) Frames measures approximately 5 X 7 inches
and is made of wood construction with many designs to choose from.
These beautiful sonogram ultrasound picture frames are made with
love and passion by Ellyn Richards.
Unique gift idea. This frame is especially designed to show off
your sonogram or ultrasound picture.
Now you can announce your pregnancy in many ways.
An Imagen of an Angel, A Miracle Waiting To Be Seen, First Time
Ever I Saw Your Face Blue or Pink, Grandmas Forever Pink and Blue,
All Gods Grace In One Sweet Little Face, Angel In Training, I am a
Angel, We can bearly Wait To Hold You!, Before I Made You In
Your Mothers Womb, I Chose you, I have been Wainting For You.
All My Life! I am an Angel because My Grandma Said so, FOR THE
TWINS, Miracles Waiting To Be Seen, and Much More.
The Sonogram ( Ultrasound) Frames Feautures:
Perfect gift for expectant parents,Design to last, Specially
designed to last and to preserve your babys picture.
Also this is a unique way to display your baby first photo.
Do you want a special way to announce your pregnancy to loved ones?
If you are looking for a unique way to announce your pregnancy to
frineds and grandparents, family members this frames are a great
way to let your loved ones know you are pregnant.
Before I made you in Your mother's womb, I CHOSE YOU.
(Color is Sage Green & Creamy White)
This verse was taken from the international children’s Bible.
The Old Testament. It is wonderful for both Christians and Jewish
Brother and Sister alike. This frame has petite, tendercal ivy
that is woven between the words and the back of the frame reads "
Choose you" in a soft sage color! (I was so inspired, when I
created this frame for our son Jeremiah he’s never forgotten).