As promised, here is my December Daily!

The cover is made from a small binder I found at the DI for a buck. I painted the outer cover with teal paint and Calico White Mister Huey (blended together with a foam brush), glued on a Hambly overlay, and embellished with a Chap sticker, glitter snowflake from Target, BasicGrey stickers, and Crate Paper’s woodgrain paper. It took awhile to figure out how I wanted it (and I’m still not sure I’m completely done), but for the time being, it’s fine.

It’s 3″ wide, so there’s plenty of room for me to fill it up with plenty of holiday goodness!

Most of the pages took less than 15 minutes. Some I made beforehand, others I made as the day arrived. I’m trying to go with the flow so for the very first time, I can actually finish one of these babies! It’s been fun going through all my supplies and finding little bits and pieces that I want to include. For instance, today I found a super cool dot stamp by AC that I can’t wait to use! Oh my, this is fun!

Hope everyone had a wonderful weekend!

11 Responses to “december daily part one.”

  1. jackie radu

    super cute! 🙂 where’d you find that cute lil’ deer on the front page?

    Reply
    • annmarielovespaper

      @Jackie Thanks so much! The deer is a die-cut from Making Memories’ Slice machine. I’m thinking it was from their original Spring card, but I’m not positive. I found it in my box of scraps from a few years back. Hope this helps! (:

      Reply
      • jackie radu

        thanks for getting back to me! unfortunately, i sold my slice a few months ago – darn 😦

  2. toshspice

    I just wanted to know what DI was? And can you only buy instax film from Amazon? Does the pictures fit into the project life album slips?

    Reply

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