Last night shift today !! Couple of work photos - baby bottle - have used so many of these over the last few nights. Most of the babies in the nursery are premature and their mums are home so we feed them overnight with the breast milk they have left for their bubs.
Being summer the days are getting longer and the mornings are getting lighter earlier and earlier. Sunrise is now about 4.15am.
This little vellum pocket came in the kit from The Stamp Spot. Gold embossed stamp along the bottom. Adhered it to a clear transparency and popped my journalling on it.
This 4x4 card I stamped the 'December' stamp diagonally across some white cardstock. Added the Kraft tag onto which I handsewed the JOY onto it. A little strip of cork stamped with December and stapled to the card.
Date card is a sequin pocket also from the Stamp Spot. Added the teal numbers with glossy accents and the day stamp up the top.
This little pocket I left empty and just added different stars from my stash.
Completed pages in my album.
Thanks for stopping by and having a look.
You can find me on Instagram as @bluepondbee, Pinterest as Beth Patfull @gpirate and I will also be linking up to Ali Edwards December Daily posts on her blog.
This year I am on the design team for The Stamp Spot for documenting our December memories with many other talented members. Stop by these other great blog posts on December Daily:
Michelle Hunter http://www.thestampspot.typepad.com
Tanya Watson http://photosandcrafts.wordpress.com/
Stacey-Lee Collis http://www.getonwithitalready.me
Beck Holder http://beckholder.weebly.com
Melinda Sweetman http://www.melindasweetman.blogspot.com
Amanda Horne http://www.scrapping-our-blessed-life.com/
Bernii Miller http://weekendatberniis.blogspot.com.au
Gabrielle Ingerson http://mostlysunshineandrainbows.blogspot.com.au/
Kirsteen Young http://lifeinthecraftlanek.blogspot.co.uk/
Amanda Miller http://mypladventure.blogspot.com.au
Amy Tangerine http://www.amytangerine.com/blog
December Daily® is a December mini-album project initiated by Ali Edwards that documents the 25 days leading up to Christmas. The simple goal is to capture the spirit of December via one story per day.