This concept is cool. The footprint appears as if it’s made of soot with the child’s name written into it. (Photo: Mike Philo)
This name and birthdate.
A great font really brings a work together. (Photo: Amanda Riner)
This watercolor impressions.
A palm print for one child and a footprint for the other. Wonder what’s next? (Photo: Celso)
These long toes.
Great location but those are some seriously long toes. (Photo: Diggy)
This baby birdcage.
A baby sleeps peacefully in a birdcage while wrapped snuggly in a blanket. This neo traditional work reaches a new level of wonderment with it’s elegant composition. (Photo: Squid Yu)
Definitely different, this interesting bicep work provides a unique peak into the womb. (Photo: Marta Scout)
These matching baby feet.
Here we have one of the most creative examples we’ve come across in a while. A brilliant design that gets both parents involved. (Photo: Makita)
These back shoulder pieces.
One foot for each child. Korean names by the looks of them. (Photo: Needle Spin)
This negative space piece.
Absolutely divine. (Photo: Izmit Dovme)
This adorable baby foot.
Amazing crease work on the sole and what looks to be a curly hair between the big toe. (Photo: Gerrit Beckman)
This scrolling font.
It’s always startling seeing birth dates of recently born babies. Makes one feel so old. (Photo: Lucky’s)
This delightful dotwork design.
Nailed it. The only dotwork design on the list. (Photo: Adina)
This purple bow.
These adorable baby fingers.
Fat little fingers are so adorable. (Photo: Hot Rod)
These wooden blocks.
Another beautiful block piece—giraffe and all. (Photo: Jessie Heart)
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