I hope you all had a fabulous Christmas! Ours was great but I’m glad it’s over. The week between Christmas and New Years is always my favorite. Everything just slows down. You forget what day of the week it is, there’s rarely anywhere you need to be, you just spend time relaxing, doing what you love.
Yesterday I had some friends over to spend the day crafting and picked up where I left off on my December Daily album. I didn’t quite get caught up but I’m close. I thought I’d share a few photos of what I’ve done so far. Once it’s complete I will do a flip through of the entire album.
You can find the video flip through of the album before photos were added here.
I’m taking Shimelle Laine’s Journal Your Christmas class and her prompts have been wonderful. They’ve given me ideas on looking at things a little differently and thinking about the past. I’ve been loving it.
I am loving this format of memory keeping.
I created a little flap on the left page that you can open to reveal the journaling for that day.
I’ve had quite a few requests for a class on this type of memory keeping so I’ve decided to add something to my calendar. Here are the details…
Travelers Notebook Junk Journal Class
Tuesday January 22nd at 7pm
Come create your very own one of a kind Travelers Notebook Junk Journal. Class fee of $35 includes a dsp pack of your choice (valued at $14.50) and all additional supplies to create 1 junk journal. This includes all the little extras you’ll want to step up your album. You choose the patterned paper pack that suits your theme the best.
Here are a couple of examples of some other albums I’ve made.
This one is a ring format that I wanted to try and uses a brand new paper that is coming out with the release of the Occasions Catalogue on January 3rd.
And this one uses the Twinkle Twinkle designer series paper. I love how both of them turned out – so very different. But the best part is that they are going to look even more amazing when they are stuffed full of memories – that’s my favorite!
If you’d like to save you a spot in the class, email me at email@example.com with your choice of dsp and we can arrange payment. I can’t wait for this class!
On Friday’s Facebook Live I shared a bit about my process and did a flip through of the pages I had already completed. Here’s the replay if you’d like to watch.
Have a creative day!