Recently I have been prepping for December Daily with Ali Edwards. This is my first year partaking in this project, and perhaps I chose a wrong year to start (with a move coming up), but (a) I didn't know that this move was coming up this quickly when I decided I was going to do this, and (2) I feel that it is still an important project, moving or not. I've been back and forth about going digital or traditional. Earlier this week I had resigned to the fact that I would probably have to go digital with all my scrapbooking supplies packed away. Then I decided against it and figured I could just pack up what I might need for my December Daily project in it's own little container and keep it accessible during the move and settling.
Last night I printed out all of my foundation pages using Ali Edwards' 2011 December Daily Overlays. I printed out the red version on Lily White Bazzill cardstock.
Today I worked on adding some patterned paper to the bottom section and figuring out what types of dividers and inserts I want to add to the album.
I ended up going with white vellum for the dividers. I wanted to use various transparencies, but I couldn't get my hot little hands on any. Since I have a pretty good amount of vellum in my stash, I figured this would be the perfect opportunity to use some up.
The number tags I ordered for the dividers haven't come yet, so I improvised. I bought several different digital number elements (Musical Strips: Numbers by Katie Pertiet; For the Love of Circle Numbers by Ali Edwards -- I recolored these to match the Pink Paislee Snow Day papers; and Carded Monograms in Red by Katie Pertiet.), printed them out on cardstock, and viola: I have lots of new numbers for my dividers! I also used a Jillibean Soup number tag and some American Craft Thickers for my numbers.
When I have better lighting to take better photos, I will show you all the foundation pages along with their dividers and inserts.
Thanks so much for stopping by today and I hope to see you again soon!