And the last few days of this festive season.
The right page is day twenty three. A photo of a Fat Rascal from Bettys which is a tradition around this time of year. I took mine to work for breakfast and rustled up some orange juice to make it and even more of a special treat. More writing on the photo before printing.
Day twenty four starts with a lovely story about a stocking my sister gave me and how Gav filled it with gifts as a surprise.
And the right page is a smaller one with the day and a little writing. Love those layers showing for the following days.
The next spread is the table set for Christmas dinner on the left side. I added a little banner on top of the picture. And on the right is a photo from earlier in the day when some of the family went to the coffee shop after our trip to the cemetery.
And the big day. The crazy gift unwrapping at my sisters and the acetate sheet that holds the number of the day.
And under the acetate a photo and some journalling. I have another photo to add to the top of the page that got misplaced when I was putting that spread together, that’s why there is a big gap. I’ll add it in later.
And the last page. The photo was one of those little captured gems. I’d carried my mobile around in my pocket all day and snapped away (not something I usually do). After getting something out of the freezer which is in the garage I was coming back into the house and I spotted Gav busy in the kitchen and the lights and candles glowing in the living room, I had to grab a photo.
I love it. A true ‘through the window’ shot.
And that’s it. Done for another year. I really love this concept and these albums so.
December Daily® is an album project developed by Ali Edwards. Read all about it over here.