Welcome to Day Twenty!
For any of you who have made it this far, nice work.
I know this is a challenging project even when you work to make it really simple. There are tons of people that finish at the end of the month or at other times during the year when the time is right. The key for this (and any other project) is making some time be the right time.
There are also many people who don’t finish. I hope, if you are one of those people, that you feel absolutely NO GUILT and that whatever memories you were able to document will bring you or someone you know joy in the future. Sometimes it’s just not the right time, circumstance, etc., for a project.
WHITE CIRCLE PAPER UPDATE : If you are still on the lookout for the white paper I used on the cover of my book this year, here’s some available through Amazon: Mulberry Whimzy Paper- Beehive 25×37 Inch Sheet (special thanks to Susan at Catslife Press Rubber Stamps for emailing me that link).
To photograph our tree like this I followed these instructions from Autumn at Write.Click.Scrapbook. The Red Dots Rectangle Label is from Paper Source. The gold pen is from Faber-Castell’s new craft line which will be debuting at the big Craft & Hobby Show in January.
Next to the tree is a photobooth strip that Chris came home with the other day. Love.
On the back of the photobooth strip is another sweet little tree that Simon drew.
And today I was the lucky recipient of a card from him.
The other part of the Red Dots Rectangle Label from page one is adhered in the bottom area. Just a bit of stitching added for good measure. I think the stitching could be one of my favorite things this year.
SUPPLIES : Ali Edwards 2010 6×8 December Daily overlays; Jenni Bowlin Christmas Printed Tickets; Hamby Red Vintage Plaid (looks like there’s no more red, but other colors are available); Jenni Bowlin Red Kindergarten Alphabet Rub Ons; Paper Source Red Dots Rectangle Label
TODAY’S POST SPONSORED BY : ScanCafe
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