The little vertical window on the right is a long oblong piece cut out of the page
and replaced with a transparency.
(Here, two pages are stuck together for stability to hold the 'transparency window' better)
It's a nice idea to go around the decorated parts of your house and take pictures, it will be a great memory if you move house or for future generations.
This part is my dining room... and will take the loungeroom on Christmas day.
On the left is the reverse side of the 'transparency window'
At last all together... I 'lost' some of my Dec Dailys for the past two years and this week...I found them! Just lost them in our house move. Its also makes a great pic to scrap too.
Time for wish lists! You might think... hmm, bit old for wish lists, but this is both totally practical AND scrappy planned! First off, being the sixth December Daily... the contrast between what the girls wished for 6 years ago have certainly changed and with each passing year. They have already giggled over their past wish lists and about what they DID end up getting, and about the items they didnt which stay on the wishlist now forever! ALSO .... the wishlist is a wonderful resource as a good guide as to what to get them for Christmas too! The 'Wish List' is a stamp I've had forever, and my advice to the girls: nothing too fussy with it, just scribble it out.
The book needed some binding help - wide tape to the rescue!
Some texture underneath the tag
I've used some leftover gold doily vellum. For some other project, I must have cut out a gold doily or two from it, but the remnants have come in handy here. It defused the print a bit and its also trimmed around the edges with gold glitter washi tape.
30 Days of Lists...
One of the things this little book has come in handy for is ....
the lists are fabulous to refer back to when catching up on what days did which - with the Dec Daily!
We would love to see how your December Daily pages are coming along.
You can share them with us HERE.