Hello and welcome to December 13 in my 2016 December Daily album! But first I need to catch up from yesterday and share my photos from December 12. This is how the layout began as a foundation page:
And here is the completed layout, with photos and journaling, of December 12:
My photo and story from this day are about the holiday baking that we love to do every year! On this day we made the house favorite – thumbprints with Hershey kisses inside. This is a photo taken when they were all done and the kids were stuffing their faces with them. Oh the silliness!
I embossed one of the wood banners from the Freckled Fawn December kit, using American Crafts red embossing powder and one of the Ali Edwards stamps. For my date card I added a number circle from Sahlin Studio, a cork tree from Freckled Fawn, and washi tape from Amy Tangerine.
For my journaling I layered a shipping tag on top of this bold text pattern, also from the Ali Edwards main kit this year. Ephemera is from the Fancy Pants Golden Days collection.
Now to share the 13th with you! This is my layout for that day:
I selected two photos from our evening of driving through the park at Tanglewood to see the lights. My favorite shots are of the arches overhead, and this one is a winner.
The number 13 are from Ali Edwards’ website and for today I have simply left them floating in the pocket. I may add something tomorrow. The filler card is also from the Ali Edwards main kit and layered on top is this lovely word transparency from a UK-based company called Docrafts. They were sent to me by Lynn Scott, thank you dear friend! They are gorgeous!!!
My journaling card (from the Ali Edwards main kit) is embellished with two washi tapes from Amy Tangerine. I also added this second photo of the giant Santa in the light show. He is so fun!
Here is another look at the layout in the album itself:
Here is my process video for this day, if you would like to see!
Thanks so much for following along today! See you tomorrow!
**December Daily is an album concept designed and marketed by Ali Edwards. To learn more about this project and connect with others who share a passion for the project, visit her blog here: Ali Edwards blog.