Hi there, welcome back! This marks the half-way point in the month and in the album. Is it me, or is it coming really fast, and going even quicker?! I almost feel a slight panic – there is clearly not enough month for this album. I have a process video for you today showing Days 11 thru 13, so take a look and then I’ll show you close-ups for today!
So for Day 13, here is the layout as it was created for the Foundation Pages:
I did not change much to this layout. We spent a little time at the park because it was so very pleasant, and I took a few snaps of me and my son.
On the left side I added a graphic from Ali Edwards’ December Storytelling class digital files and a simple circle with a quick sentence. That is the extent of this day’s journaling.
I also added a file tab just like the previous day, and called this side done.
The right side I didn’t change much, just removed the tag and added the little elf with some sequins, and also some of Maggie Holmes’ glitter transparency hearts.
I just pretty much love this project. I love how it’s coming together and I love the memories that are being made and documented here. I will tell you yesterday and our entire weekend was a really big struggle, lots of challenges here, but these layouts help me remember the good times. For this I am incredibly thankful.
Now go, do, and create today. I’ll see you soon!
*December Daily is the creative brainchild of scrapbooking genius Ali Edwards, and is a process of documenting December memories by photographing and writing stories each day. To learn more about this project, and find links to shop for products, please visit her website here.
The file tab and the little elf are products I ordered from Pretty Little Studio. I highly recommend her products and hope you will visit her lovely shop here.
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