It feels pretty exciting to turn the page on my table of contents for today's story in my December Daily® project.
Today's story is about a wreath-making workshop I took the girls to before Thanksgiving. I've been waiting for a day to tell this story and am so happy to have it in my album.
Let's dive into the process video:
Here are some photos of my completed project and additional details:
To tell this story I'm including a full page (11 inches x 8.25 inches) photo + a die cut word page + a cropped 2 inch x 2 inch page protector + a 7 inch x 8.25 inch pattern paper from the Paislee Press Mini Kit.
I started off this project in the same way that I do many others by printing out my photos first.
On top of the full page photo I added a stitched felt heart from a past kit + one of the canvas phrases.
I decided to leave the die cut page alone and just have it say what it needs to say without me adding anything.
After that I've got the 2 inch x 2 inch pocket page that I cut down to just one column. Inside the pockets I added my photos that were punch to 2 inch circles.
I also added in the 13 chipboard. I decided I didn't care if I had the number 13 in two places in this one (also on the red pattern paper). I also love that this is the girls ages.
I repeated the circle punched photos on the back and repeat stamped "this is Christmas" on the raw back of the chipboard 13. Along the outside edge I added a tab sticker.
I added my story directly to this enlarged photo before printing and then adhered it on the "this is happiness" pattern paper. Love these kinds of shots!