Hi there, today is going to be very quick and simple because we are busy today having so much December fun and I hope you are too! There is no process video today because I literally printed out journaling and photo, and then adhered it to the page. Done. Here is the layout as it was created for the foundation pages:
So I'm going to be honest here and tell you that yesterday was kind of a bah-humbug day. Not much was really planned and one of the children had a doctor appointment and two of the children are with their dad, so it was very low-key. No photos. I wasn't really feeling the joy yesterday. But I kept thinking about the day before, when Alan and I went shopping. I kept thinking about how much fun we had, and he had taken a couple of snaps of me with his phone. I kept thinking about those quick snaps he took of me being silly, cutting up in the Target, playing around and being well, just being happy. And so even though these photos might have other wise gone on Day 3, I used them here and wrote a letter to myself.
I write out my letter to myself and placed it in a plain vellum envelope, and then I added one of the red snowflakes from Ali Edwards' kit to the flap. To keep it closed I added the gold clip, and I also layered a gold doily over the page itself, so the journaling wasn't completely visible from the outside.
The journaling reads as follows:
For the facing page, I literally left it exactly as it was:
And that is all for Day 4! Thanks so much for following along and I'll be back tomorrow with Day 5! Please take a moment to Comment, Like, Subscribe and let me know what you think of how the album is coming along! Also, if you are creating your own December Daily, please share! Now go, do, and create!
**December Daily is the creative brainchild of scrapbooking genius Ali Edwards, and is a process of documenting December memories by photographing and writing stories each day. To learn more about this project, and find links to shop for products, please visit her website here.
Within each post I try my best to post links and attribute the products I have used in today's layout. Sometimes, sadly, those products are no longer available but still deserve attribution. The number 4 in today's layout is part of a (incomplete) set of subway numbers I found locally at a vintage shop called Vintage Jane. They are taken from a subway in NYC, and while those are not available for purchase any longer, you might be able to find similar ones on Etsy.com.
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