Today I'm sharing my 23rd and 24th stories from December Daily® 2020 album. Day 23 is super simple with text on a photo and a few embellishments and Day 24 shows how I used the gathered transparent circle hearts with my Christmas Eve story.
Let's dive in and take a look how this came together:
Now let's take a closer look via images:
For my 23d story I wanted to include something about the loft beds that we set up for the girls as a Christmas surprise. I added text to my photo before printing and then added some of the December Daily® 2x2 Die Cut Circles above the journaling ( digital versions of those available here). On top of one of the circles I added white puffy number stickers.
On the back of the heart with all the circles I added the chipboard piece "most wonderful time of the year" from the Chipboard Bundle. Using the heart template I printed out a photo of my puzzle + drink and added a chipboard number and perforated phrase (both from the Main Kit) to the top.
On the back of the heart I drew lines and journaled by hand about our Christmas Eve. It was super quiet and calm and just right. For this kind of journaling I like to draw the lines first and then fill in my words and play around with a mixture of upper and lowercase letters.
- December Daily® 2020 Main Kit (chipboard number, perforated phrase) (digital here)
- December Daily® Large Die Cuts (digital here)
- December Daily® Transparent Circles (digital here)
- December Daily® 2x2 Die Cut Circles (digital here)
- White Puffy Number Stickers
- December Daily® Chipboard Bundle
- Slick Writer Pen
BASIC SUPPLIES USED IN MANY PROJECTS
- Tiny Attacher Stapler
- Fiskars Trimmer
- Avery Index Tabs
- Scotch Rolling Adhesive
- AE Circle Stamp Block
- Epson PictureMate PM400 Printer (5x7 and smaller)
- Epson XP 15000 Printer (up to 13x19)
- Black StazOn Ink
- We R Memory Keepers Punch
- 6 Hole Punch
- Silhouette Cameo 4
- Red Line Adhesive
- Versamark Embossing Ink
- Snappy Tray
- Heat Gun
- Brother Sewing Machine
SHARE YOUR STORY #23 + #24
You are invited to leave a link in the comment section if you'd like to share your daily pages. As usual, please include a direct link to your blog post sharing your Day 23 and Day 24 vs. a general blog address link.