December Daily® – Day nine, ten, eleven, twelve and thirteen

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Sharing a few more days of this album.

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Above you can see that day eight is yet to be finished. Waiting for a story from Gav about his Christmas cheese buying. Day nine has a photo of our Christmas cups and tells the story of an evening with friends.

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For day ten I have a two pocket 4 x 6 page which also isn’t quite finished and then a 6 x 6 page protector that was cut to size and sealed with washi tape.

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That day tells of our annual girls crafting at my sister’s house. I added the word ‘HO’ and a Tim Holtz metal number to the outside of the page protector.

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Another photo from that day on the reverse and an enamel dot to cover the ten.

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Day eleven was all about the mammoth gingerbread baking and I used another of the phrases from the stamp set to stamp ‘not my favorite’ and a lovely metal arrow clip. I also wrote directly onto the photo around the edge of the bowl.

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Day 12 was the story of wrapping some gifts and also a reminder to me about giving support and love.

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And day thirteen was the tree trimming. Again I typed my journaling directly onto the photo above before printing.

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And there we go a few more days.

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December Daily® is an album project developed by Ali Edwards. Read all about it over here.

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2 Responses to December Daily® – Day nine, ten, eleven, twelve and thirteen

  1. Mary-Lou says:

    SIX gingerbread houses! You are a mad woman … (col)

    Liking red felt reindeer. Fun fun days captured.

    • mel says:

      Yes I know! I’m sharing the photos from the decorating today. It was hard work making them but oh so much fun to see them all decorating their houses! Thanks I like that reindeer too they were from Hobbycraft which is the UK equivalent of Michaels in the US.

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