Holidaily: Moonlight Magic with Carolee

Hey everyone! I'm here to kick off our new Holidaily series! Holidaily is a lot like many projects people take up at this time of year, but instead of focusing just on the first twenty-five days of December, it documents anything holiday related from Thanksgiving to New Year's Day.


My project today is from a bit earlier but it was very Christmas-y so I added it to my Holidaily notebook. I was able to get tickets to a special event at Disneyland and since they put up their holiday decorations on the 10th, it was already festive by the day we got there!

This project also shows off one of my favorite things to include from my Disney trips: maps! It's a bit difficult when you're using a TN since they're just a bit too big. I will always trim mine down or, if I can't because I'll lose goodness, I'll just let it hang off the edge.


You know me, I like to keep my decoration nice and minimalist and for this project, I wanted to feature a lot of the ephemera from the actual trip. I snapped this selfie in front of the holiday castle and printed it out on my Prynt. I layered it along with our ticket to the event, adding a couple of the tickets from the cut apart sheet to the top. I adhered that onto the map front. This way, everything is front and center but doesn't make it so you can't open the map!

On the right side, I featured this super cute pink tree papers, one of my favorites from the collection, along with another bit of the cut apart sheet for journaling. I kept the colors to mint and pink so as to not clash with the blue and orange on the map cover. It let there be some consistency across the project without having to bring those colors in.

Thanks for checking out my page. Expect more from more of the design team as well as our guest designer. Until next time, happy crafting!

Henny's Jolly Dashboard

Hello everyone... Henny is here again today sharing with you my new dashboard and set up for my Filofax Personal size.


It’s quite a challenge for me to stuffing up and decorating this style of pocket so I thought a simple decoration would be more appropriate. I love those tickets of die cuts which always provide a fun side with its vintage style in every one of my projects. 


And same for the dashboard, since this cute picture has already looked busy for me, I tried to make it as simple as possible without adding more embellishments and just added couple of gems adhesive. I’ve also turned the dashboard as a slide pocket on the other side.


Here’s the back side of the dashboard where I added a pocket to store stickers, receipts or anything else you can come up with. I can’t get enough of all of the dividers from this kit, I took another divider and created it as a second dashboard or I can use as my main dashboard whenever I feel I needed to change it into. Overall I’m in love with how everything has turned you. Sometimes simplicity makes something more ordinary but enjoyable to look at.

Well I hope you’re happy and love it just as much as I have enjoyed creating it.  

Until next time.

Adeline's My Christmas Dreaming Planner

Hi my fairy friends,
This is Adeline for The Fairytale Club blog today with a new post.
Today, 17 days until Christmas !!! I am so excited.

I introduce you my Christmas planner: Kikki K Pause White/Gold, it's a personal planner perfect for Christmas season with his gold foil dots.


For this month I decided to make a daily journal called My Christmas Dreaming, inside each day a list of those little things that will make Christmas perfect for me.


For the first six days of December, I made my lists with the Jolly kit. I hope you will appreciate this post and why not make your own Daily journal: My Christmas Dreaming.


See you soon for a new post on the blog.
Have a Merry Christmas time with your family and friends.

Kiss from France,
Adeline @thefrenchplannergirl


Holiday Cards with Henny

Hi there.....hope your Thanksgiving was warm, cozy, and filled with love and family!  I can’t believe it’s already Wednesday! The weeks fly by so quickly...December will be here pretty soon! 


I have a handmade Christmas card with matching envelope to share with you today. I’ve used the cutest collection from The Fairytale Club called Jolly. I love the colors used, from red and pink, to mint green and aqua blue. 


Picked up the Santa 🎅🏻 die cut as the focal point for this card which I’m sure He’d brought smiles to everyone’s faces 😊. For the background, I thought  I use brighter patterned ones would be a great choice. On the left paper, I cut strip of a different paper that comes with Santa prints and used it instead toss it away 😊. Then used some of other and started arrange everything together!


For the bottom, the background of this Joy word, used another different patterned paper and made it into doily using my doily metal die. Love one of the flair buttons that comes from the kit, added on the top of the Joy word to create more dimensional ☺️.


As the interior of the card, I created a simple design by used up the left over papers and used the Dear Santa letter die cut as well as some other die cuts. 


I hope you like my layout card inspiration, and I’m hoping that it gets you in a Christmas mood to start creating your own holiday cards. Thank you for stopping by today. Have a wonderful day.

Sincerely yours,

Teresa's Christmas Dreaming TN

Hey guys! Teresa here today! 
And here are some pics of my TN set up! All ready for December. 


This kit was so fun to play with! I like to think that’s my husband and I dreaming of Christmas, I love all the pastel colors mixed with the reds and greens! 


Let’s start with how many die cuts you get in this kit! And the adorable buttons! Which I turn into paperclips! 


The signature Deer which is in almost all the kits! I love her!


Up close of the dashboard I glued down on my notebook. 


This kit is perfect for Xmas! You get two sheets of stickers, buttons and die cuts galore! And so much cute scrapbook paper and adorable dashboards for your planner! 

Let It Snow Layout with Enza

Hello everyone! This is Enza, and today I am sharing a new layout that is all about snowflakes. I really wanted to use the Winter Wonderland Acetate Transparency included in the “Jolly” kit, so I created a background to go with it.

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I built my page around a snowflake wreath cut file, which served as a starting point for the placement of photo and embellishments. I cut a circle out of the acetate piece to fit the center of the wreath. I love how the gold snowflakes pop against the background!

To create dimension and bring in more color, I layered a few snowflakes, which I die cut out of patterned papers from the kit, on top of the white ones.

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Next, the photo. I created some layers behind it and adhered it down using foam adhesive. The embellishments in this kit are so fun, it's hard not to use them all! The word “Joy” from the ephemera pack was perfect as my title. Isn't the pink deer just adorable? I completed the layout with a few more embellishments, gold and silver sequins that come in the kit, and enamel dots from my stash. This layout turned out so sparkly! I love it!

I hope you'll feel inspired to use the beautiful “Jolly” kit to create a layout that is all about snowflakes ;)

Have a lovely day!