Baby Keepsake Organizer

By Savor


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Babies come with a lot of stuff—and this keepsake container helps organize and contain everything you want to hold onto. From sonogram photos to baby’s first tooth, there is a spot for it all in this thoughtfully designed, cloth-covered storage system. Acid-free folders, drawers, and even tiny envelopes keep precious mementos protected, and detailed labels will help you easily sort—and later locate—them.

  • Materials: Acid- and lead-free paper, paperboard, and book cloth made from 75% polyester and 25% cotton
  • Care: Exterior: Remove surface stains, dust, and dirt by brushing cover with soft brush and/or cloth. Dry cleaning sponges made of vulcanized rubber and absorbene putty may also be used. Interior: Use a document cleaning pad to gently wipe away dirt and dust
  • System includes one chronicle box, one collection drawer box, eight vertical files, 52 adhesive category labels, lettered acetate sheets, two keepsake envelopes, and cloth-bound filing case
  • Included illustrated category labels make for easy keepsake sorting and organization
  • Made with durable, lead- and acid-free archival quality materials
  • Display-quality cloth-covered filing cases
  • Customizable label frames included on box exteriors
  • Best for keepsake organization from ages 0-4
  • Drawer box includes nine pull-out drawers; six drawers measuring 3” x 3” x 1.75”, two measuring 4.5” x 3” x 3.25”, and one measuring 9.5” x 3” x 4.5”
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: Individual Inserts: 10.02" x 3.5" x 12.88"; Combined Set: 10.02" x 7" x 12.88"
  • Weight: 5.83 lbs.

10 Reviews (4.5 out of 5 Grommets)

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Keepsake box


It’s perfect and I can’t wait to put all my souvenirs in there


Great gift


Bought for a christening gift for my daughter-in-law. She loved it. Plenty of space to put fond mementos.


Great idea for a new Mom


Looking for a gift for a new Mom and this is perfect. Nicely made, pretty colors and places for storage of so many of those baby “firsts”.


Love this! Everything in one place and it's so classy looking.


I have been so excited to get these for my daughters. Just got the first one and in an hour, I had transformed a storage box worth of stuff into this classy storage system, I love it!

I would have liked some softer color choices though.
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Just in time...


I saw this months ago and knew I wanted to give it as a gift to my daughter expecting her first baby. Her colors are gray and yellow. I waited too long to order it, and the gray color was out of stock. I was so upset with myself. :(

I tried again a week before the baby shower, and it was back in stock! I ordered it and received it in time for the baby shower!

I think it is a great idea. A had 4 children, and the old "baby books" didn't have a way to store the first lock of hair, baby hospital bracelet, etc., and they were probably lost forever.
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A plastic bin is no way to store your memories.

About Savor

Memory Keeper

Use Savor’s keepsake containers to hold life's important mementos in a safe, well organized, and accessible way.

Moms Karla and Jennifer consulted preservation pros (a museum curator, a rare books librarian, and an archivist) as well as professional organizers to create a system that arranges and protects everything inside. Unlike that plastic bin that houses a jumble of stuff, Savor is thoughtfully designed and meant to be seen.

The sturdy cloth exterior and understated design is display-worthy, and an acid-free and lignin-free lining helps to preserve papers and photos.

Drawers make it easy to drop items into the baby edition. There are even wee envelopes for baby’s first curl or tooth, as well as folders to save sonograms and footprints. The school-age edition is all file folders to corral artwork, report cards, and letters to Santa. And the wedding version has lovely stitched envelopes (for invitations, your vows, or the reception toast) and fabric bags (protect hair pins, a garter, or dried bouquet petals).

Sweet, hand-illustrated labels help keep all those keepsakes straight. Many are pre-printed—which is a nice way to prompt you about what to save—while blank labels let you identify your own unique items.