Saturday, November 24, 2012

December Calendar page

Yes, that's right, I have my December page done a week early! I've had a bit of a lull in my Christmas calendar making as I wait for a few more photos from November.

For my Project 12/ calendar layout this month I used Sketch # 239 from Nuts About Sketches:

I love how many photos Shawn makes room for in her sketches!!  I managed to get a few extras on this one by splitting a few of the photo spots.  Since my November page had a large circle on it, I decided to skip that part of the sketch this time.  For the background I used a scrap from punching out board game pieces as a mask with some dark green mist.  The ornaments across the top were fussy cut from a sheet of We R Memory Keepers paper.  My collection of Christmas paper is dwindling so I ended up pulling out some papers that weren't necessarily Christmas, but had the right colors.
I am also entering this layout in the Scrapping Everyday Miracles challenge for this month which is to make a layout about family.  December is definitely a time of spending time enjoying the company of family, as you can see from the photos on this layout.

Cardstock- Bazzill 
Patterned Paper- We R Memory Keepers, Echo Park, Basic Grey, Provo Craft
Stickers- Echo Park
Rub Ons- Daisy D's
Ink- Hampton Arts, Clearsnap
Pen- Marvy, Creative Memories
Die Cutter- Provo Craft
Cartridge- New Arrival
Glitter Glue- Hampton Art
Punch- EK Success
Stamp- Stampin Up
Trim- Other


  1. Fabulous two pager, so many photos on one page. Great traditions captured on this layout. Thanks so much for linking up with us at SEM.

  2. Love all those fun family photos...great job! Thanks so much for participating in our challenge this month at Scrapping Everyday Miracles.

  3. Fantastic to see so many photos, but we take oh so many in December, don't we? Beautiful layout, thanks for sharing @ SEM x

  4. Wow, super nice layout! Thanks for joining us at SEM.

  5. very nice! love the many photos! thanks for playing along with us at SEM!

  6. I love the double layout and everything just works so well together!