Thursday, 8 December 2011

Journal Your Christmas: 8th December



It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas.

I just thought I'd share the progress my album pages are making - I'm going to put my JYC in my usual albums with my other pages. I like everything to be together as Christmas time isn't separate from my life - it's a part of it.


Kisses xxx

P.S. Been trading with Christmas ginger biscuits at school. Fellow teachers, it turns out, will do you favours for biscuits. If only it were possible to apply this to students.

10 comments:

  1. love this approach and the mix of photobased and paper based items. I so agree about including the christmas pages with the rest of the year

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  2. Love the way your pages are developing....and some wonderful photos.

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  3. Totally inspired by the way you are doing your book! Thank you for sharing it!

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  4. I did trade with one today - he completed the work I had set and then I gave him a piece of the chocolate log I had demoed :0)
    Said I would have to do it more often x
    Pages looking fabulous - really need to get mine written up. Mine will be similar.

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  5. This format suits you - I liked it when you did the girl guides activities this way earlier in the year (was that back in Scrap Factor time - I can't remember) - love the combo of BIG embellished photo and compact journalling!

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  6. i recognise those baubles from Covent Garden. Wasn't the tree fab too?
    Jo xxx

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  7. Your pages are amazing! I love all the mini LO's in the pockets. They look so pretty! and I have to say..... AMAZING photos!!!!!

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  8. OMG, I love the photos!!!! Those divided page protectors are awesome for this album... love yours!!!

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  9. Oh snap! I am living vicariously through you right now! Love the photos and the journal pockets are super sweet. I found your blog on Shimelle's Pinterest and can't wait to get some hot coffee and head back here to see what else you have.
    ~Becki {Canada}

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