PL December!!

PL December!!

You know what I just realized? I haven’t shared my December Project Life pages with you yet? Where has my head been?

Oh I know. Layout a Day. All of February. That’s what I was doing!

Heh.

Anyhoo… Let’s take a look at December, shall we?IMG_0299

Since I have so much in the way of Christmas themed supplies, I switched the journaling cards and papers for the month.

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Some of the supplies I have are pretty old. Some are ancient rub-ons that I had left over from decorating ornaments.

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Some are new-to-me gifts from friends de-stashing. Some are not-Christmas related at all.

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My oldest had an eventful month, with job-shadowing and the National Geographic National Geography Bee. (He won his school’s Bee!)

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The elf on the shelf kept my youngest entertained. Also, using PL cards to keep track of to-do lists has been awesome.

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Christmas day came bright and early. At least my kids are old enough to wait till it starts getting light out before clamoring to open presents. Heck, there isn’t even much clamoring anymore.

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This month was super simple, with labels making up most of the embellishments.

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My favorite part? I was given this “Peace on Earth” vinyl sticker years ago, and now it’s out of my stash! Don’t you just love getting things out of your stash?

Well, that was December. I think I printed out photos for January, but I may have used some of them for Layout a Day last month. I’ll have to double check. And February is going to have to wait till I get some computer issues settled.

It’s always something, isn’t it?

 

 

2 Responses »

  1. I know I could never keep up with PL, but I do love seeing how others do it.
    Non-scrappy Q: did you make the Christmas stockings? My now nearly middle-aged sons have similar ones with crossed candy canes, then I did one for my d-i-l to match (more or less), then the grandsons have gingerbread men. I have loon ones in progress for Mike and me, but you know how projects for yourself go… All kits from Mary Maxim YEARS ago.

  2. My great-aunt made them for us. Mine is from when I was a kid, and then when I got married and had munchkins, I asked her to make ones for them. They are some of my most treasured possessions.

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