December Daily® 2016 | Day 08

Welcome to  December Daily® 2016 | Day 08. 

I woke up very early yesterday morning to a phone call from the school that due to freezing rain school was canceled for the day. Kids slept in + eventually woke up and then decided to have a Christmas movie marathon. The perfect story for Day 08. 

Today I've included a video where I show you how I edited and created my page today using Photoshop and RadLab in addition to the video walkthrough of the page in my album. 

Also, in case you missed it yesterday we opened registration for my year-long One Little Word® workshop yesterday along with releasing a collection of intentional One Little Word® products to help make your word visible in your life and document your journey with your word. You can get details in my blog post here or read more about the project here.  

As a reminder, here's what Day 08 looked like as a foundation page: 

Here's a look at what Day 08 turned out looking like:

Today's page is a completely digital page that started with a photo I took of the kids during their Christmas Movie Marathon. In the video tutorial below I'll walk you through the steps of cropping, editing using RadLab in Photoshop, and using one of the 6x8 layered templates from my December Stories Vol. 3 set

After getting my page ready in Photoshop I printed it on Epson Ultra Premium Glossy Photo Paper using the Canon Pixma MG7720 printer

The second video will show you how I adhered it to the back of my Day 07 pocket page with Scotch Dot Roller adhesive, punched holes using a Crop A Dile and called it good. 

Here's a look at it outside of the album: 




I'd love to have you share a link to your Day 08 album pages below. Please link directly to your post vs. a general blog link.

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7 thoughts

  1. aasta says…

    Absolutely wonderful.

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  2. kelseyespecially says…

    Amazing page (duh, of course) but really, right now I'm just ultra obsessed with your oversized ottoman. All of the heart eyes for it!

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  3. kalymiller says…

    Ali, thank you for the daily blogs and videos, and all the inspiration and encouragement! I have to say, this time of the year is very special, and one reason is December Daily. I love the project and love all the ideas you give us. I just needed to say thank you for sharing and for inspiring!

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  4. carriecolbert says…

    I love spending December with you. :)


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  5. elizabeth_eim says…

    I love everything about your album, Ali. Thanks so much for continuing to inspire us daily. Your blog is the first thing I read every morning when I crack my eyes open and reach for my phone.

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  6. peanutshell says…

    That tip for cutting only two sides when adhering things edge to edge is awesome! I can't believe I never thought of that. It cracks me up a bit that your kids got to stay home because of freezing rain. We had some very unseasonable freezing rain a little over a week ago (in Yellowknife) and all we got was a warning from Environment Canada that it was going to be extra slippery outside and to take caution. I also love that your storage bins are sorted by colour :)

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  7. phuloonikola says…

    I was looking for something like this…I found it quiet interesting, hopefully, you will keep posting such blogs….Keep sharing .

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