My inside cover was in need of some repair.....
A little bit of glue did the trick. I haven't yet decided what I'm doing here......treading very carefully in this book, so that I don't cover anything unnecessarily and lose the "look" of the "little golden book". I think I'm going to be "backtracking" quite a bit as I look back and see that maybe I can add a little bit more when it feels right.
So with that out of the way, I wanted to add a little explanation, on the first page, about the book belonging to me as a child and my reason for upcycling. I thought typing this would tie in better rather than handwriting. The bottom of the page seemed the best place for it.
The only other thing I have added to this page is a very simple frame, cut to fit around the title and bells.
Turning the page and still not wanting to add too much to cover anything that might be relevant to the
book, I've simply made a little banner for under the picture and added December 2016. You can see a little tear down on the bottom corner.....this was fixed by glueing my typed piece to the bottom of the previous page. It's strengthened it up perfectly.
AND AT LAST..........Day 1 of this year's December Daily. A page cut from vanilla cardstock and inked around the edges. I've decided to add in some more Christmas carols/songs that aren't in the book and especially ones that I love. You know the ones that you can't get out of your head at this time of year. It may not be the whole song, just as much of it that will fit in with the happenings of the day.
This year I wanted to add the day to the date. There has been quite a few times when I've been looking through my previous December Dailys and I think to myself "What day was that?". I've typed up a list of dates on some spare cardstock ready to add to the page.
So as I open my little book, this is how the first page is looking.......
Have you taken a photo or made some notes about your day today? I've taken photos and will have some fun later on creating my Day 2.
How is everyone going with their December Dailys........we would love to see them.
We'd love to see them!