Welcome to Story #3 for December Daily® 2019.
Today's story is a great reminder that stories don't have to be long to be effective. I love aiming for a combination of longer + shorter stories in this project (and in most of my projects) and remembering that it's the sum of all the parts that is most meaningful to me.
Just a quick reminder that you can check out my Foundation Pages post to see my starting place for my project his year.
Here's a look at how this story came together:
A couple days ago I took this photo of my cat Sam while I was working on a new puzzle. He's not a cat that messes with puzzles because he's way more interested in sleeping and eating. I knew I wanted to include this simple, fun story in my project this year and today seemed like a darn good day to do just that.
I put the base of this page together as part of the December Daily® 2019 Prep Day (the circle "tis the season" word art was included in that event).
For my super short story I used See And Stamp Transparent Stamps paired with a stamped/embossed ampersand stamp. I've had the alphabet stamps since 2011 (gotta love how Amazon keeps track of all that for me) and they are still one of my most favorite sets.
- December Daily® 2019 Main Kit
- December Daily® 4x6 Album
- Gold Star Brads
- StazOn Ink
- Pendleton Ink
- Epson PictureMate PM400 Printer
- 3.5 Inch Circle Punch
- 2 Inch Circle Punch
- Free Circle Word Art from December Daily® 2019 Prep Day Event
- Tim Holtz Metal Spinner
- Ampersand Stamp (older one from Studio Calico)
- Gold Embossing Powder
- See + Stamp Alpha Stamps
- December Daily® Variety Sticker Bundle (clear stickers)
- December Daily® 6x8 Transparency Bundle
- Graphix Transparent Sheets
- Date Stamp
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