I bought some yummy crafty goodies at Michael's the other day and thought I'd share them here. I can't wait to get a chance to play with this stuff.
I also thought I'd share my Christmas planner from 2005 with you. In the podcast we did about December Daily, I mistakenly said this was a DD from 2007, but I think it was more of a planner style approach. I still really like it, even though it's actually unfinished. Sensing a theme here? Lol. Tracie told me she thought it was a class that Kim Hanauer taught at Scrap It years ago; I don't recall specifically, but that sounds about right. I don't think I would've come up with something this cute on my own at that time. Haha! Hope you enjoy taking a peak. :)
I can remember carrying this little album around in my purse for Christmas and making additions to the various lists in it. Notice that there aren't any pictures in the whole thing; this was designed more as a planner and organizer than a way to document specific memories. I'm still glad I have it because it gives me a glimpse back at my life almost ten years ago. Peace out, peeps!