December Daily with Aimee - Days 6 though 916:57
If you are anything like me right about now a white Christmas seems deliriously good. I am naturally as white as the driven snow so on days like this it is best I stay indoors. I feel sorry for the people trapped inside with me though - heat waves make me grumpy. So for this very reason, I have claimed the dinning room as my own and am dedicating my day to scrapping and blogging. I'm particularly excited about the blogging part because it's been a good week for me scrap wise. Lets get down to brass tacks shall we?
Day 6 - Still suffering reditis. If you know me at all, you know I'm not a red scrapper, but I have to go where the photo's take me. This particular day I had some photo's to print at Officeworks and hubby offered to come with. This was a pretty rare event in itself, but after we arrived at Officeworks, I was waiting in line to pay, when I heard the ladies behind me talking about a twilight market in the mall. How serendipitous! We had a hour to kill before I could pick up my photos anyway.
As always the red paper is from the Polly DD kit. I punched out the confetti from the scraps of the stripe card and a tear strip from another in the kit. Then it was just simply a matter of glueing it on with the gold stars (also from the kit). Everything else is just leftovers from my strap box. I find I can get away with just scraps and the kit to finish my pages which is a nice feeling.
Day 7 - It has to be said I am one of the worlds laziest scrappers. If I can use photography as a design feature and save myself some hard work, I will. Every year in our house we have a colour theme for christmas. Last year was red and white. This year it's silver and blue. This is surprisingly important to me. I'm pretty sure I have a Martha Stewart gene gone wrong somewhere in me. Still loving our bow gift tags made with the Backwoods Christmas stamp set. It's a total fluke that my gorgeous letterpress card designed for the Polly DD kit matches. Hooray! It's still got to be one of my favorite spreads.