J is for…

…Journal Your Christmas! Yay JYC! Thirty+ days of documenting the reclamation of our holiday from prep-joy to post-joy and peace (and recovery). Can she do it? Yes, she can! Of course, that’s what I said last year.  Solution? I just moved the front page for 2011 (which was just lovely – I’ll post a pic soon) to the back of the album and made room for pics from the Big Events of December 2011 to follow. Now while I await the creative nudge from Shimelle for the front page for 2012, I have papers/theme ready to go. I just need to find 1) a single embellishment to feature on each page through-out  and 2) “Christmasy” numbers from 1-31. There is that other problem, of course. What do I do about those absolutely must-have vintage Christmas papers showing up on Scrapbook.com for this season. They call to me. Help.

The JYC 2009 cover’s verso…a first…and last…attempt with ModgePodge. What was I thinking? I HATE to get my hands yucky.

I love the “fussiness” of my Christmas albums. I don’t embrace physical sparklies much in my regular life. But they seem to be my default setting for this annual album.

This entry was written by kmgraybeal and published on November 25, 2012 at 7:39 pm. It’s filed under Celebration, Christmas, Creativity, Family, Friendship, Gratitude, Holidays, Kathy, Lifeology. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

One thought on “J is for…

  1. I love the way you are re-purposing 2011. Genius. But of course you knew you were clever…per usual, I’m still debating several formats/combos…will share later.
    Here’s to JYC and counting…

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