Welcome back for the second half of my December Daily foundation pages.
Here’s a look at days 13 through 25:
DAY THIRTEEN : Teresa Collins scalloped edge chipboard. Number 13 will be added on later.
DAY FOURTEEN : Santa tag from Paper Source (Vintage Christmas gift tags – will be using these for presents too). Tag is sitting inside another divided page protector that was trimmed to fit inside the page protector that came with the album. “14″ are mini Jenni Bowlin rub ons.
DAY SEVENTEEN : Awesome big glitter dot paper from Making Memories. Scallop edge created with the Fiskars Apron Lace punch. The backside of this is green flocked pattern paper from Art Warehouse. Those two patterns are simply glued back to back.
DAY EIGHTEEN : This pattern strip was cut from Making Memories Pattern Stripe Mistletoe paper. I slipped it into the page protector and stitched down along the edge to create a pocket that was just the right size for the strip. The open area will be used for my content during December.
DAY NINETEEN : Another page using the Teresa Collins scalloped edge chipboard. I added a plastic file tab to the top and wrote “nineteen.”
DAY TWENTY : Santa image from IowaJewel’s Treasures. She has a great collection of vintage holiday kits available. Red Circle Number from Every Jot & Tittle. For this page I trimmed up the Santa image, inserted it into the page protector and stitched a line down the side creating a second pocket for my daily content.
DAY TWENTY-TWO : Jenni Bowlin bingo card. I stitched down the side and trimmed off the rest of the page protector.
DAY TWENTY-THREE : Random brown file folder trimmed to fit.
DAY TWENTY-FIVE : 25 is from the Making Memories Mistletoe Dimensional Stickers package. It’s tucked inside a baseball card page protector that has been trimmed down to fit inside the larger page protector that came with the canvas album.
ONE MORE THING : Take some time after you get your album together to re-organize your supplies again. I like to have things organized before December so that on that first day I can concentrate on the content/photo/story rather than being consumed by too many unorganized supplies. These containers from Art Bin work great for storing holiday supplies. I have paper in one and embellishments in the other.
I hope seeing these images inspires you to create your own December Daily project. There are so many options to make things even simpler or more complicated if that fits your style.
You are also welcome to join the Flickr group and share your album or just browse for inspiration.
Come back tomorrow for a special mid-week giveaway related to the holidays.