Quiet Book Templates

Well, you asked for it... you got it!!  Today, I have 9 quiet book templates to share with you!  I am definitely not an artist, so with a little tracing and some help from my trusty ruler, I got to work!  I included the Mr. Potato Head and Chicka Chicka Boom Boom pages per your requests!  Here is a little preview of our spud friend:

You can download your set of 9 quiet book templates here.   (Update:  As of 8/2/12, this link IS working!!)

I hope this will give you a bit of a jump start to beginning your own quiet book!

Be sure to e-mail me photos if you make these pages!  I would absolutely love to see them!  Enjoy this little treat on your Friday.

PS I have had a couple of people ask if I would possibly sell quiet books.  Thank you for your kindness!  Well, because  I spent about 4 hours per page on my book, I would have to charge a fortune to make a profit!  Unfortunately, I think I will just celebrate that my book is done!
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  1. SandyQuilts says:

    WOW THANK YOU so much. I just finished a tree skirt (all by hand) for DD#2 … I'm going to make her new baby one of these books. You are a jewel. Thanks again.

  2. Kellie says:

    I have one quiet book I made about 4 years ago and now I have three kids…doesn't work so well with keeping them quiet :) I love your pages a bunch and think I will start working on another (or two). Thanks again for sharing!!!

  3. Joy says:

    Thank you so much for sharing! I really need to get busy with some more pages!

  4. Mormishmom says:

    Thank you!

  5. Clark and Liesel says:

    Thanks for the templates! I am excited to have a few more idea's for pages!

  6. Amanda says:

    These are ABSOLUTELY precious! Love them! Thanks for stopping by my blog!

  7. Joy says:

    I am featuring you as a party favorite! So come grab a button! thanks again!

  8. Kari @ Ucreate says:

    These pages/templates are so fabulous!! You are so kind to share. I'll be sending my readers your way!

  9. Nina @ Momma Go Round says:

    YEAH! I'm so excited! I've been thinking about making one for my son, and now this just makes it easier :)

    I shared your post on my blog's FB page…hopefully it will send you some readers!

    http://www.facebook.com/mommagoround

  10. Brianne says:

    Thanks for sharing your templates. I made a quiet book awhile ago for my daughter and I did a terrible job. I don't think it's going to make it to kid #2. I'll definitely be using your templates for my second try.

    Great blog! I found you via U create.

  11. ificould says:

    Thanks so much for sharing! Can't wait to make one!
    Missy

  12. Lisa K says:

    Thank you for sharing. I had created a quiet book for my daughter when she was a toddler. She's now 31 and I still have the book. Should I ever have a grandchild I will certainly use your templates. Who would ever want to want to play with a 30+ year old book when you could have a brand new one? Thanks so much.

  13. Anonymous says:

    This is a fantastic idea! I love it – I'd actually never heard of it before – it's ingenious! Any chance you'd post templates for the other pages??

  14. Serin says:

    Do you have any pictures of the pages completed? I would love to see them! gtr99 (at) comcast (dot) net

  15. brittany says:

    I love your quiet book. I’m in the process of making one right now and am using lots of your templates. Thank you sooo much!! I was just wondering about the eyelets. Did you sew 2 pages (a front and back) together and then apply the eyelets?

  16. Shalie says:

    How did your cricut letters not fray? Also do eyelets come with instructions, I’ve never used them before and I worry that I’ll mess it up. And finally how did you attach the rings inside your covers?
    Again, Thanks so much for this!

  17. Holly says:

    I tried the link to downlaod your templates but it does not seem to be working. :( I would LOVE to use these ideas to start a book for my son, he is one! could someone email me the templates or instruct me on how to download them?! THANK YOU!!!!

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  19. Heather says:

    Thank you so much for this pattern! It was perfect for my daughter’s quiet book!

    http://itsourlongstory.blogspot.com/2011/10/quiet-book.html

  20. Chelsea says:
  21. Just found this pattern last week and decided to make a Mr. Potato Head page for our upcoming trip. It turned out great! Thanks! http://lilkidthings.com/mr-potato-head-travel-playmat/
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  22. Lisa says:

    Thanks you so much for sharing this great idea! This will be fun to make!

  23. Laura says:

    I’m truly liking the Mr. Potato Head Quiet book. I think I’m going to have to make a few for my mom’s classroom. Thank you so much for the template. That was really sweet.

  24. Deborah says:

    Thanks for sharing. Most appreciated.

    The Paper Maid
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  25. Tracy Herron says:

    Thanks so much for the template. I have made a quiet book and know how hard it is to do without a pattern. I love to give these things as gifts.

  26. Crystal says:

    I want to make a quiet book for my boys but i dont sew do you have any ideas or is there any quiet books made without sewing?

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