Welcome to story twenty-five in my 2019 December Daily® album.
Thank you so much for joining me in telling stories in December! No matter where you are in the process I hope it brought you a bit of joy this past month. Some of you might be finished, others are starting now, and others will work on it throughout this next year.
This continues to be such a meaningful project for myself and for my family. I love looking back at our past December's each year and seeing the changes, adjustments and the things that stay the same.
Here's how I told the twenty-fifth story:
The fold-up page idea was shared in the Wreath lesson in December Daily® Product Play 3. I set it up in advance knowing I would likely have a couple photos to choose from and might want space for more. I mentioned previously that I don't always take a lot of photos of Christmas morning/Christmas Day - it's a day I often just like to let be. That said I almost always have a few that anchor us all in time to where we were and what was happening.
I added two photos to my tell my story visually - one of the presents waiting and one of most of us sitting around on the couch waiting for the festivities to begin.
Washi tape holds these pages together.
On top of my photos I added word/phrase stickers and a small gold star brad. Along the bottom of the journaling block I added a thin strip of washi tape.
As I wrap up this year I want to encourage you to own + value your own story. We are all at different places in our lives with different family situations, health situations, home situations, work situations, etc - no matter what is happening in your own life there is value to sharing your story even if it's just for you to make sense of your own life.
You've got this.
- December Daily® 2019 Main Kit
- December Daily® 2019 4x6 Album
- December Daily® 2019 Word/Phrase Sticker Bundle
- Power Punch
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