Today I caught up with my Brisbane friends and their families for lunch. Fish and chips on the bay. It was well overdue and as always great fun. The kids had a great time playing in the shallows and mud.
Date card - 3x4 vellum with JOY embossed in gold (from TSS kit). I backed it with a teal and white diagonal card. Added a red Zing embossed wood veneer number from Freckled Fawn and stamped the day in black Stazon.
The other pocket has a clear transparency with white writing from Studio Calico. I just added some Freckled Fawn washi tape, a cardstock piece with the CHEERS TO FRIENDS from Ali Edwards Week in the Life kit and stapled it to the card.
I decided to use a page protector with twelve 2x2 pockets as an insert. I added photos from the day, some digital stamps from my collection from Ali Edwards, some transparencies, wood veneer stars and stickers from Teresa Collins design. Really like how it turned out.
Front of insert.
Other side of insert.
Day 21 page.
As it sits in my album. Getting very full !!
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.