Today's story in my 2020 December Daily® album is short + sweet as I document the blooming amaryllis that I planted last month.
As we move closer to Christmas I just want to say thank you to those of you who shared your stories with me related to this project over the last few months. Whether you played outside the page protectors or stayed inside or did a fun combination of both I hope you realize that documenting your story matters. You matter. I hope this project helped you create or find moments of joy in your life this season.
Let's dive in and take a look how this came together:
Now let's take a closer look via images:
Working on the back of story 19, I printed the photo of my amaryllis' in a 6 inch circle and hand cut it out using scissors. On top of that photo (which is adhered to the transparency) I added a phrase from the chipboard set in the Main Kit.
I paired today's photo with two of the felt numbers we offered with the 2020 collection. I had stitched these together on my sewing machine for my foundation pages because I'd wanted to add them directly into my album.
My journaling was printed on photo paper (ended up being about 1.75 inch x 2.75 inch) and I rounded the edges using a corner rounder. Font is Remington Noiseless.
I added staples from the Tiny Attacher to both the tab along the outside edge and to the journaling block.
- December Daily® Main Kit 2020 (chipboard phrase) // Digital available here
- December Daily® 2020 Felt Numbers // Digital available here
- Tab Stickers (similar)
- Power Punch
- Small Scissors
- Corner Rounder
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
SHARE YOUR STORY #20
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 20 vs. a general blog address link.