Let's get seeerious. I'm way behind on Project Life. I just had all of the pictures printed from summer break. *breathing in and out of a paper bag*
It's fine. I'll catch up- hopefully sooner than later. But in the meantime, how about adding another project to my plate? Why not??
I'm making another December Daily book this year. I love this project so much. I enjoy looking through my books from the past few years at Christmastime. (See 2013 here and 2012 here).
This year I am going to make another book like I made last year that worked well for me. I will be using an 8 1/2x11" binder from Target in lime green. (I used the pink one for my summer break book). Last year I used a regular 3 ring binder with a clear pocket in the front and personalized it with some pretty, polka dot, red paper and chipboard, alphabet stickers:
I have to make sure that my Target carries the binder I want. If not, I'll be doing what I did last year.
For my December Daily album, I will be using page protectors with 4- 5 1/2x4" pockets like last year:
Last year, I used these paper, embellishments, stamps, and other supplies:
I will be using all that I have in my stash again this year- including my favorite, festive rubber stamps and acrylic stamps; the rest of Martha Stewart's discontinued Woodland designer paper (love it); Christmas paper from my Close to My Heart selling days (now retired paper); other green/red patterned paper; various embellishments; Martha Stewart's red office labels and other miscellaneous green labels; and typical supplies like my 12" paper cutter, adhesive, and my favorite Close to My Heart ink pads (favorite because I have so many of them and they've lasted forever).
Though there are plenty of cute paper/embellishments/supplies/etc. being sold right now, maybe you have plenty to work with already in your stash like I do.
See my my other December Daily books here: 2013 and 2012. Keep up with 2014 here.
Also, be sure to visit Ali Edwards for December Daily inspiration.
Now back to working on 30 Days of Thankful and my summer book. Yeesh.
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