I’m jumping in with Ali Edwards’ December Daily project for the fifth year and this year I am keeping it S-I-M-P-L-E. Why? Well, because last year I started my album with gusto and petered out around Day 14. I was making it to complicated and ergo, did not finish it. And it’s kind of a shame because it was really kind of adorable if I do say so myself, but alas… I made it too much work and there you go.
So this year, I decided to go with Ali’s 6 x 4 album. Smaller. More manageable. I also have her physical kit (which is sold out) but… more importantly, her main digital kit and a handful of other of her digital products. I’m combining that with my December Days journal cards and some of my holiday papers, plus the Liz Tamanaha kit (both physical and digital). Okay, I realize this is sounding less and less simple, but let me share what I’ve got so far, deal?
I designed my own little title page, because I can’t resist. I made it from existing digital projects, including Cool Yule Decor for the little reindeer.
Then I made an intentions page. Always good to know what you’re goal is, am I right?
And here’s what follows:
Note: I loved the black and white criss cross from Liz’s kit, so I designed a few to match in other colors for my project. You can download them for free at the end of today’s post.
You get the idea. Super simple approach. I’ll just alternate this way until Christmas. I think I can handle that. I’ll layer in the chipboard numbers and a few more digital elements here and there, but again: simple, simple, simple.
That’s what I’m feeling this holiday season.
I’ll share a few entries as I go. I think it’s going to be a lot like what you’ve seen already, so I may jump around a bit. Here’s to holiday scrapbooking that is do-able!
Now for a a little printable PDF gift for you: