In the spirit of December Daily "season" and as promised, here are the cards I created for my very own December Daily album. I've included them in both 2x2 and 4x4 format. They're perfectly sized for the We R Memory Keepers 4x4 albums which is exactly what I'll be using this year.
Today I'm sharing a new project which is something I created exclusively for Paper Issues's "Get Your Game On" issue.
Meagan's father and I decided to enrol her in gymnastic this year after a failed attempt at skating and dancing classes. It is by far the best decision we've EVER made! She absolutely loves it and looks forward to each and every single session (often asking for more at the end of her VERY long class :/). No better opportunity to scrap about her love and dedication to gymnastics than this, right?!
For this project I used the free November Magic printable designed by Jennifer Chapin for Paper Issues, digital brushes and goodies from Studio Calico, papers by Basic Grey and October Afternoon, my watercolors from Michaels and a template by Paislee Press for my photos.
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The Lilypad is introducing a new monthly subscription called Memory Pockets Monthly and it's very first edition was launched today…right on time for DSD! The subscription will feature amazing goodies and add-ons from resident designers Amber from Stolen Moments Designs, Allison Pennington, Krista from Sahlin Studio, Lili from Designs by Lili, Sara Gleason and Valorie Wibbens.
As well as being very pocket and hybrid friendly, digital elements will be included for those who prefer to scrap digitally.
My mojo's been on the fritz lately but I was able to whip something up with this month's main kit and some AH-mazing add-on goodies from Valorie Wibbens.
Cut It Out is a new monthly feature where we'll be sharing a free Silhouette cut file and a challenge. The Paper Issues ladies and I have come up with some fun projects which will hopefully kick that creativity in to gear.
Make sure to check out the Paper Issues blog for more details on this month's Cut It Out challenge.
Here's my take using goodies from Crate Paper and Heidi Swapp.