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

  4. Thank you!

  5. Clark and Liesel says

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

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

  7. 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!


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

  12. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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!!!!

  18. oops… i thought my email would show up… it is ryanandholly@comcast.net THANKS!

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


  20. I can’t get the templates to work either, it says I don’t have permission to view?

    Love your book!! 🙂

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

  23. 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. Thanks for sharing. Most appreciated.

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  25. 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. 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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