13 Best Kids' & Baby Wall Plaques

List Updated July 2020

Bestselling Kids' & Baby Wall Plaques in 2020


The Kids Room by Stupell Dream Big Little One With Giraffes Rectangle Wall Plaque, 11 x 0.5 x 15, Proudly Made in USA

The Kids Room by Stupell Dream Big Little One With Giraffes Rectangle Wall Plaque, 11 x 0.5 x 15, Proudly Made in USA
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • Dimensions: 11 x 0.5 x 15 Inches
  • Proudly Made in USA
  • Lithograph Print Mounted on Sturdy 0.5 Inch MDF (wood)
  • Hand Finished & Ready to Hang
  • A great addition to any kids room or play area

Stupell Home Décor Somewhere Over the Rainbow Watercolors Wall Plaque Art, 10 x 0.5 x 15, Proudly Made in USA

Stupell Home Décor Somewhere Over the Rainbow Watercolors Wall Plaque Art, 10 x 0.5 x 15, Proudly Made in USA
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020

The Kids Room by Stupell Dream Big Typography Rectangle Wall Plaque, 11 x 0.5 x 15, Proudly Made in USA

The Kids Room by Stupell Dream Big Typography Rectangle Wall Plaque, 11 x 0.5 x 15, Proudly Made in USA
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Dimensions: 11 x 0.5 x 15 Inches
  • Proudly Made in USA
  • Lithograph Print Mounted on Sturdy 0.5 Inch MDF (wood)
  • Hand Finished & Ready to Hang
  • A great addition to any kids room or play area

Dicksons Baby Bear God Bless This Child Tabletop/Wall Plaque for Girl, White

Dicksons Baby Bear God Bless This Child Tabletop/Wall Plaque for Girl, White
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Sweet nursery plaque is ideal to give for new baby welcome, baptism and more
  • Engraved with a children's bedtime prayer
  • Has easel back for tabletop and hanger for wall
  • Size is 4 x 4 inches
  • Made of resin

Custom Personalized Wooden Name Sign 12-55" WIDE - CHARLOTTE Font Letters Baby Name Plaque PAINTED nursery name nursery decor wooden wall art, above a crib

Custom Personalized Wooden Name Sign 12-55
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020

Silver Boy wall Cross Infant Blessing Baby Plaque Wall Decor Hanging Infant Gift Communion Baptism Birthday Great Gift New by San Francis

Silver Boy wall Cross Infant Blessing Baby Plaque Wall Decor Hanging Infant Gift Communion Baptism Birthday Great Gift New by San Francis
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Nice 6-inch Silver Metal Wall Cross for the Nursery
  • Perfect as a Baptism or Christening Gift
  • Gift boxed
  • Great gift for a baby shower!

Dicksons Baby Boy Door Sign or Wall Plaque, For This Child I Prayed/Blue

Dicksons Baby Boy Door Sign or Wall Plaque, For This Child I Prayed/Blue
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Stylish light blue baby plaque can hang on either the wall or a doorknob, with its white ribbon hanger
  • Has vintage weathered look design with the words For This Child I Prayed
  • Height of plaque is 8 1/2 inches; thickness is 1/2 inch.
  • Wonderful baby boy nursery wall decor

Silver Boy wall Cross Infant Blessing Baby Plaque Wall Decor Hanging Infant Gift Communion Baptism Birthday Great Gift New

Silver Boy wall Cross Infant Blessing Baby Plaque Wall Decor Hanging Infant Gift Communion Baptism Birthday Great Gift New
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • 6-inch Silver Metal Wall Cross for the Nursery
  • Perfect for First Communion, Baptism or Christening Gift. Also Great gift for a baby shower!
  • Gift boxed in Christian Living Branded Packaging
  • Please report to Amazon if you do not receive a Christian Living Branded Package.
  • ** A World Merchantry Exclusive Product **

The Kids Room by Stupell Yellow Dump Truck with Blue Border Rectangle Wall Plaque

The Kids Room by Stupell Yellow Dump Truck with Blue Border Rectangle Wall Plaque
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Dimensions: 10 x 0.5 x 15 Inches
  • Proudly Made in USA
  • Lithograph Print Mounted on Sturdy 0.5 Inch MDF (wood) - Hand Finished & Ready to Hang
  • Colorful art for your child's space that's just as fun as they are.
  • Design By Bealook Kids

The Kids Room by Stupell Definition Of Brother With Two Grey Owls Rectangle Wall Plaque, 11 x 0.5 x 15, Proudly Made in USA

The Kids Room by Stupell Definition Of Brother With Two Grey Owls Rectangle Wall Plaque, 11 x 0.5 x 15, Proudly Made in USA
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Dimensions: 11 x 0.5 x 15 Inches
  • Proudly Made in USA
  • Lithograph Print Mounted on Sturdy 0.5 Inch MDF (wood)
  • Hand Finished & Ready to Hang
  • A great addition to any kids room or play area

Custom Personalized Wooden Name Sign 12-55" WIDE - KATIE Font Letters Baby Name Plaque PAINTED nursery name nursery decor wooden wall art, above a crib

Custom Personalized Wooden Name Sign 12-55
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020

The Kids Room by Stupell Life Is A Beautiful Adventure Bird On A Bike Rectangle Wall Plaque, 11 x 0.5 x 15, Proudly Made in USA

The Kids Room by Stupell Life Is A Beautiful Adventure Bird On A Bike Rectangle Wall Plaque, 11 x 0.5 x 15, Proudly Made in USA
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2020
  • Dimensions: 11 x 0.5 x 15 Inches
  • Proudly Made in USA
  • Lithograph Print Mounted on Sturdy 0.5 Inch MDF (wood)
  • Hand Finished & Ready to Hang
  • A great addition to any kids room or play area

The Stupell Home Décor Collection Baby Elephant with Blue Balloon Wall Plaque Art, 10 x 15

The Stupell Home Décor Collection Baby Elephant with Blue Balloon Wall Plaque Art, 10 x 15
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2020

Donating: A Genuine Gesture Or An Insult?

Donating to those who are "less fortunate" should not be looked at as the old saying goes "One man's garbage, is another man's treasure". This may be applicable to old wall decorations, or a chess set, but is not fitting when donating food or clothing.

Win - win, or so we've convinced ourselves. Now donating is not the issue I criticize. It's what we donate; old worn clothes that couldn't even sell for .50 cents at that garage sale, or the outdated food from your pantry that you bought and never used. Or why we donate; the free concert tickets.

Why do we feel that donating our garbage (Pardon my being frank here, but we are talking about that old stuff you didn't want anymore!) is truly a generous act?
Donating to those who are "less fortunate" should not be looked at as the saying goes "One mans garbage is another mans treasure". That may be fitting for old wall decorations, or a chess set but is NOT applicable in clothing or food! You may be asking "why would the donation centers accept second rate items?" My answer to this is that they are forced to. Forced in the sense that if some of these places didn't, they'd be out of business because this is all that they receive.

I feel that this is an insult to the recipients! It does not make them any less of a person because they can't afford to spend $50.00 on a item of clothing, or $100.00 on a week worth of groceries. It could make them one of the 281,800(1) victims of job loss in Michigan. I'm sure by now you may have noticed the only employment chart our state is topping is the unemployment chart. Or the hundreds of thousands of homeless people all over America. This means more and more families are relying on state aid, and since the food stamp program has incurred some funding shortages, people are turning to local food banks, and clothing centers where they receive our "donations".

Imagine for a moment the local food bank is your primary source of food. Feeling relieved that it's Tuesday, because that is your pick up day. You go, wait in line(for up to three hours), get your pre-determined amount of food and home only to realize that most of what you received is expired, damaged, or some brand no one(and I mean no one!) has ever heard of. You can imagine if you'd like, what that's going to taste like.

Think about how you would feel if the only clothes you were given or HAD the money to buy(depending on were you go) are stained or beyond 2nd hand clothing.

We want this "stuff" to stop cluttering our houses' and we just wouldn't feel right about throwing it out, so we do our "good deed" and donate. "It's better than them having nothing at all!" We are doing these "poor people" a favor. Your not! If you wouldn't eat it or be caught wearing it, why should they have to be? Why is it that we (intentionally or unintentionally) treat these people with less respect and dignity? If you ever loose your job or get hurt and can't work, would you want to be looked at or treated poorly because your poor? How hard would it really be to donate loose change or buy one extra box of Kraft macaroni and cheese?

Why, may I ask, have we turned into a society that stands around talking about how bad we feel, or what is wrong in our country, yet do nothing to help? What happened to the time when people actually had the time to stand up and take action? Made sure their voices and everyone else's were heard? When we stood up for what was right?

True giving is completely unselfish and rare; it is not accompanied with a tax write off receipt!

1.Reported center on budget and policy priorities www.clopp.org/10-13-04.htm

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