Saturday, November 27, 2010

My December Daily - Foundation Pages

Happy Saturday everyone! I hope that you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving - we've had a nice break and actually headed out in a couple of hours to my parent's house for turkey dinner #2 of the weekend. Right now, Jake's out hanging the Christmas lights and and I'm happy to say that I have finished my foundation pages for my December Daily Journal and I'm happy to be sharing them with you today. For those of you who may not be familiar with this project, it was originally named by Ali Edwards; click here to see her posts regarding the project...I'm following her lead on this project and have stuck with the 6x8 format using the transparencies as dividers. I've also downloaded a couple of her digital packages for the 6x8 overlays and those cute sayings that I've cut out....

This is my first time doing the project and I'm super excited with how it turned out. I'm happy to be sharing those pages with you today...Just to warn you, this is a LONG post with lots of pics of each of my DD pages. Thanks for looking - would love to hear what you think....

Thanks so much for taking a peek at my project! I would love to hear your comments! Have a great rest of your weekend!
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9 comments:

~Amy said...

The very definition of a labor of love! These pages are beautiful Casey & will make DD so much easier for you! I love the variety and touches you used on each one.
And following this lead me to the Advent idea from Ali Edwards' blog. Can I say I want to be her when I grow up? Not that I'm new to her blog but I love, love, love her concepts in the Advent tutorial. I think I'm going to do this with my kids this year.
Have a great weekend!

Sue, a.k.a. midwestgirl said...

I love the look of your album, the colors give it a very cozy feeling.

Mary Pat Siehl said...

these are great pages!

just sent you a blog award come to my blog to see!

Java said...

Looks awesome Casey! I haven't finished mine yet, but it definitely won't be as beautiful as yours! I've never done a paper project. I really wanted to do the transparencies, but they were so expensive. They look gorgeous in your book! Will you be posting your finished pages each day? I'd love to see them! :)
Happy Thanksgiving!
Jen

Marlene said...

What a craftastic little book!

Liz Michaud said...

Gave you a blog award over on my blog. Stop by to accept it anytime! Great album too :)

CINNIBONBON said...

Really love this. I used some of that Teresa Collins paper too!! Great job on your cover.

Laura said...

Love your pages! They look great!

Katherine said...

I love your take on this! I am working on mine, but dont have anything but pictures yet. I might have to steal some of your ideas!