Newborn Photo Props and Fabric Backdrops FOR SALE


When I got into newborn photography it was basically so I had a reason to be around babies more often because I didn’t have any more time to have more of my own. At that time I had five. My sixth baby just turned one and now I barely have time to snap a photo of him much less all the other cuties out there. I am listing most of the newborn props and fabric background I had as a single lot. I do not have time to go through and list/sell/ship each item separately at this time. The fabric (except for the green grass) is, I think all large enough to be considered a backdrop, draped over a beanbag and/or clipped up on a short backdrop stand. I used to do both, drape it over the beanbag and clip it up on the stand. The dark purple fabric in the first photo might be a little smaller, but all the rest are pretty large pieces. You can look though my newborn category to see some of these props in use. The hats/props are all darling and all (except for the santa outfit) were handmade and purchased though Etsy.

Photo 1: Newsprint Fabric Hat, Gold Crown, Polka Dot Bowtie, Polka Dot Necktie, Bluebird Hat, Blue Owl Hat, Purple Fabric, Cream, Light Blue and Lavender Wraps

Photo 2: Lady Bug Bag and Hat, Green Grass Patch, Black Fleece

Photo 3: Light Blue Textured, Dark Gray Knit, Cream Fuzzy, Blue Minky, Purple Roses

Photo 4: Black Zippered Bag

Photo 5: Light Pink Ruffle Fabric, Pink Owl Hat

Photo 6: Pink Roses, Pink Wrap

Photo 7: Santa’s Favorite onsie and pants

Photo 8: 7 headbands and one clip

The total I paid for all of the items shown is $673.93

I am selling the lot for $425, including shipping. The box will weight around 20 lbs., shipping out of Mesa, AZ – but again – I will pay for all shipping. I can only sell/ship to a verified Paypal address within the 48 continental United States.

If you are interested in purchasing this lot, please contact me at Somewhere down the road if this lot does not sell as is, I may break it up and sell it locally.

Thank you!





For my Facebook friends. The photo I posted today (of the spider) was actually a pretty small spider. The photo was blown up to show you how horrifying it felt! The trauma was real people!!! But the comments on that post cracked me up. Check out the wildlife below – this is the sort of wildlife you can find near the other house we lived in. NONE of these are small. 😉

AZ Giant Centipede, huge bug, 20 legs, 100 legs
Cows drinking from play sink-7531
cow wandered into backyard in gold canyon, az
Baby cow in a desert field
colorful lizard in gold canyon, az
Tracy Eau Claire Coyote_

Lucky Dog Rescue – Little Girl Puppy – Available for Adoption soon

We’ve only had her a day or two so we’re still trying to figure out a great, unique (to be able to tell all the adoptable dogs apart) name for this little sweetheart.

We are fostering her until she’s ready for adoption. She’s about 6.5 weeks old right now and about two pounds! She’s the tiniest, sweetest little thing.


Puppies for adoption in Mesa, AZ

Aren’t they cute??? In order of appearance they are Oso, Bernard and Thor. They are all super sweet, potty trained, crate trained and kid friendly. They will be ready for adoption soon. You can contact Lucky Dog Rescue at Info@LuckyDogRescue for details on adopting any of these sweet boys!

Backyard Toad in the Desert???

We were standing outside this morning, chatting as the puppies cowered between our legs to avoid going out in the rain.

My back was to the pool. I look over at Kevin and he says, “OH!…” and I see he’s looking at the pool behind me. I turn around and see something “swimming” and at first thought it was a very bloated mouse. My mind immediately went to calculating how many more mice were hiding somewhere, waiting…

Then he says, “No, it’s a toad!”.

Seriously? A toad in the desert? How does that even happen? Where do they live, where do they come from? Don’t know, but it makes a great photo op. It seems he had no way out of the pool as he was swimming along the edge, so Kevin “rescued” him. Of course 5 minutes later he was back in the pool! I then had to stalk the poor thing with my camera for the next 15 minutes.

He finally looked at me like, “NOW, will you leave me alone?”.