Here is a full copy of my December Daily Memory Works post:
Hey there bloggers, Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and Happy New
Year to you all from southeast PA where it's a blustery cold winter
day. All is as it should be.
Jenn here to share with you my Daily pages for Christmas day. Yes, I said pages.
I get into my pages I'd like to express my delight in seeing the
various December Daily styles represented by my fellow design team
members. They are all amazing! From the altered children's book to the
countdown clipboard, to the hand bound books, each designer has
showcased products beautifully, shared new and interesting techniques
and let us into their world by sharing their days this month. I love
the range of styles and products. You can't help but be inspired to try
something new in your scrapbooks whether you're a traditional scrapper,
Project Life-er, love to use mixed media, artsy-fartsy techniques--or
all of the above. :)
Back to my pages. As I
mentioned in previous posts, I pre-designed my Daily. I was concerned
that if I didn't I'd start a Daily and by day 5 it would be tossed to
the way-side for more fun, important scrappy/crafty tasks. In the
interests of full disclosure, I didn't finish my pre-design before the
month started, and I still have photos to print and put in. I have
scheduled that into my calendar however, so it will be finished within
the first couple days of the new year. During my pre-design process I
decided to devote several pages Christmas day. I couldn't think of one
single photo that depicts the day, rather numerous photos to show the
progression of the day.
If you've made it this far, thanks! I had a lot I wanted to say and show.
this is it. My last Memory Works blog post. I am feeling
bittersweet. I have loved every minute of being on the design team
these last two years. I am sad to see it all end. I look forward to the
blog shares and hops that other, former design team members are
planning and participating in. I hope you will follow my personal blog,
which you can access from the sidebar here to stay on top of my scrappy
adventures. I hope Kevin and Amber and Simple Stories grow far beyond
their dreams. I thank all the great folks in the office who supported
us throughout the years. And to all my fellow Memory Works consultants,
cheers to you! Best wishes for a blessed New Year. Thanks Memory
Works, it's been wonderful.
Be happy, Get scrappy,