December Daily - Day 19

December Daily - Day 19

Each day - ISH! - here on my blog I'll be sharing my foundation pages (the base page I had ready to go before the month, using my 2022 December Documented Mini Book Project Kit and the finished pages along with the supplies I used.  

Day 19 - The front porch

One of my favorite things to decorate every December - and the first thing I always decorate! - is our front porch.


Simple, quick & easy pocket page on the left with some journaling.

On the right is a clear acetate page that I added a gold foiled foam 19 sticker to.

The front porch always starts with the front door & a coffee filter wreath I made two Decembers ago with different ribbons added.  Next comes a vintage sleigh I picked up at an estate sale many years ago with old white ice skates hanging off of one of the runners, a grapevine wreath with some greenery & pinecones, a wooden snowflake & red stocking with white glitter jingle bells.   


In front of that I have a few glass lanterns with candles.  The last two years I've accented with planters from Costco with greenery, birch sticks, pinecones & berries.  

You can see a glimpse of a wooden weathered U - gotta support the University of Utah, their win in the Pac 12 Championship Football game & their 2nd trip to the Rose Bowl in two years :)  

I ended up completely scrapping my foundation page for the 19th and worked with the back of the 18th (which was the foundation page from the 13th!) and a large photo :)

Supplies Used - Day 19

Epson XP15000 printer (wide format printer)
8.5x11 Photo Paper
Hearth & Holiday Binder
3x4/4x6 Pocket Page
Winter Cottage Foam Stickers - '19' & holly
Hole Punch
Sharpie Pen
In a Creative Bubble - 3x4 cards
Overlay - Felicity Jane
Wordstrip sticker - Elle's Studio

Watch this video flip through of the first 5 completed days, close up, and this video flip through for days 6-12.

I put together a playlist of my last 6 year's of December Daily flip through videos - click here to take a peek!

New to the December Daily concept?  Read more about it here!