SO YOU ARE NOW THE PROUD OWNER OF A PERSONALIZED GROWTH CHART

Did you purchase or receive a Petite Lemon personalized growth chart for Christmas or Hanukkah? There are a few things you should know about your growth chart — so we’ve put this list together to help you.

How should I display my personalized growth chart?
First off, choose a wall that is not in direct sunlight as the sun is more likely to fade your personalized growth chart over time. You will want to hang your growth chart 24″ (2 feet) from the floor.

For a canvas personalized growth chart with grommets, follow this link to see more ways to display it.

For a paper personalized growth chart, you can display it with cute tacks or push pins. Another cute idea is to hang your paper growth chart from a wooden baby hanger with clips. Here is one we found on BedBathAndBeyond.com.

How do I care for my canvas personalized growth chart?
Learn more about our canvas personalized growth charts and how to protect and care for them in this blog post.

What Do I Use to Write On My Growth Chart?
Mark your child’s height and age with a fine point, permanent marker. Read more about the types of pens we suggest using to write on your paper or canvas personalized growth charts here.

Still can’t decide which of our personalized growth charts to choose? View our entire collection here.  And, if you are having trouble choosing between our paper or canvas personalized growth charts, read more about both here.

We hope you enjoy your beautiful, personalized growth chart for years to come.

Cheers!
Petite Lemon

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