December Daily® 2019 | Story Twenty-One

Welcome to story twenty-one in my 2019  December Daily® album

Today I went with a story that I liked for the merry mess. Anna and some neighborhood friends made ornaments + treat bags for her volleyball team and I used a top-down photo and a finished photo to tell the story. 

Here's how this one came together: 

For today's story I printed two full page photos that ended up being adhered back to back. In this project sometimes I work back to back and other stories are told across a spread. They both work. 

On top of the front side I added the rubber tag from the Main Kit that I had originally had set aside for an earlier day in my Foundation Pages and added the plastic "21" from the Main Kit on top using a Tiny Attacher. 

On the back side I trimmed the second photo to about 3 inches wide and printed out journaling that could fit inside the rubber wreath. Before adding the rubber wreath/journaling I added a piece of gold star vellum and stapled it next to the photo. 

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3 thoughts

  1. Maxpuppy says…
    12/30/2019

    I love how you've made that 'looking down' photo work!
    I have days 21-15 here: https://thiswestlondonlife.com/2019/12/30/december-daily-2019-days-21-25/

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  2. Pepierre says…
    12/31/2019
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  3. scrap_horse says…
    01/09/2020

    So red line tape is compatible with rubber shapes? That is good to know. I stuck a couple rubber shapes down a few months ago with a glue dot and later found they were reacting and making an oozy mess on the back and ruining the paper with a grease-like stain around it. So I figured all adhesives were off limits (and wondered how I hadn’t heard of that happening before!). Anyone else experience that? Thankfully I was able to salvage everything (I removed the shapes and cleaned the backs with acetone, and then simply stapled them down on fresh paper and all seems well).

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