December Daily 2020 | Days 6-10

Welcome to December Daily, my favourite project of the year.

Day 6: This was the day The Boy Child and I went into town early on a Sunday morning to look at the West End’s festive windows. I printed out two small photos to stick onto a TN filler page and paired it with a homemade pocket. I filled the pocket with eight photos and two journaling cards. (You can find a link to the instructions for the pocket here.)

Day 7: I cracked on with more Christmas card writing and completed my Christmas gift wrapping.

Day 8: Nothing to do with the festive season, but everything to do with light at the end of the Covid-19 tunnel. 🙂 An historic day. I didn’t want journaling about the Covid-19 vaccine on show, so I made a hinged flap and put the details and photos out of sight. The sticker was perfect – from two individual vaccinations to, eventually, some 54 million Britons (and billions around the world). 🙂

Day 9: The day was, in itself, a photo-free day and I borrowed an idea from Ali Edwards for the journaling. I used two 3×8 cards and stitched down the middle of a 6×8 page protector, adding hand stitching and embellishments to the 3×8 filler card.

Day 10: Elvis the Elf continues to amuse me. 🙂

December Daily | my favourite project of the year.

5 thoughts on “December Daily 2020 | Days 6-10

  1. I like the idea of “December Is …” Oh that Elf, he’ll be on Santa’s naughty list if he isn’t careful! I agree COVID shouldn’t be the focus of December Daily, but the vaccine being given is that special “star” shining over a very dark year. Next week the jabs start in Canada for health care workers who work in LTC (long term care).
    Happy weekend.

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