December Daily, Days 5 & 6
The project is rolling along so nicely. I'll be a sharing a few pages every few days, mostly because I'm trying to save paper by fitting as much onto an 8.5 x 11 sheet of either photo paper or cardstock to print out my elements.
Here is my cut-out, full page quote using this set of digital stamps.
I've got a few short video tutorials showing you how I am using my Silhouette to make these crafty cutouts. (Here and here.) Note: I am a still a newb, however, and do not know all there is to know about the Silhouette. I really can't say enough good things about Kerri Bradford's classes. I have no financial tie in with Kerri. I just think you should all know about her extreme awesomeness.
I love mixing in some of Ali Edwards' December Daily 3 x 4 overlays. The garishly colored photo above? It was taken by Dan who was in Michigan for work at the time. I told him to document Christmas while he was there and that is the photo he texted me.
The seafoam 3 x 4 card is from my December newlsetter. It was free to my subscribers. Are you a subscriber? You know, just asking. I mean, because you could be, if you want. (Not-so-veiled-hint: click here to subscribe.)
Someone on my Instagram feed saw this card with the "HO!" ornament, and asked me if I was slut-shaming it.
That made me laugh out loud. Moving right along.
So far, I'm keeping it super simple and really loving the process.
I have zero glitter guilt.
Note: 'glitter guilt' is a psychological state wherein professional scrapbookers choose NOT to use glitter and feel a sense of foreboding or disingenuity. See also: herpes of the craft world, Dmitri Martin, craft fear.
December Daily™ is a holiday project concept created and championed by the amazing Ali Edwards. To learn more, click here.