December Daily - Day 3
Hip hip hooray, it's here! So excited to jump into December Daily this year. Each day here on my blog I'll be sharing my foundation pages (the base page I had ready to go before the month) and the finished pages along with the supplies I used.
I have a few Document Your December kits available here; the kits include what I used to create the BASE of project (ie the foundation pages BEFORE I start documenting each day this month). As always, the Layle By Mail kits include everything you need to create the project, along with color step-by-step instructions :)
Day 3 -
Yesterday a friend and I went to a local art market here in Salt Lake - the JeniBee Winter Market. The JeniBee market a wonderful market put on 4-5 times a year by two sisters with over 100 booths with handmade items. It's always a feast for the eyes & senses and yesterday was no exception!
I tucked a postcard advertising the event in the pocket page - it's pink and worked so well with my foundation page. I wanted to spice up the wreath a bit, so I added some gold dots. The just so happen to be the 'berries' from the holly stickers in the gold Thickers included in my Document Your December kit :) I adhered them right to to the top of the pocket page.
The baking theme I had on the foundation page didn't work with what I wanted to do, so I took those things off & switched out the 3x4 card for a journaling card. That is A-OK! If you've done foundation pages and find that what you put together for that day isn't working for you, change it. No need to struggle and make it work.
Here's a close up -
I printed two 5x7 photos from the market, adhered them back to back, punched holes & then inserted in the album. That's a super easy way to add additional photos to your books!
And here's my foundation page for day 3 -
Remember the 'BAKING' gold stickers that I ended up not using on this page, you'll see them make an appearance again in a few days... with a twist :)
Click here for details on ordering my Document Your December project kit, complete with color, step-by-step instructions; it's not too late to get started!