Holidaily: December 8-11 with Enza

Hello friends! It's Enza, and today I'm back with my Holidaily album to show you a few new spreads. If you are interested in taking a look at the first pages, you can find them here. As always, I'm trying to keep things simple: one photo a day plus some journaling. I'm mainly using the “Jolly” kit, with bits and pieces from previous kits. 

For day 7, I just adhered a photo onto patterned paper and created a layered cluster for the number. You can notice the glitter cardstock right below the photo. This is one of the elements I repeat throughout the album, as I like to add a little sparkle wherever possible ;)


Day 8 is all about how cold it gets here sometimes. The photo shows some frosty leaves, so I thought snowflakes would be perfect for it. The Winter Wonderland transparency included in the “Jolly” kit served as the perfect base for my journaling, which was printed on vellum. I opted for a tag shape that could be easily stuck in the page protector. The cute little snowman was adhered to the outside of the pocket with some double-sided adhesive. 

The spread for day 9 documents a fantastic class on bookbinding I attended that day. You can see some ephemera pieces from the “Jolly” kit, as well as the puffy word sticker and hearts from the “Take Note” kit. I used three of the tickets to create a border for my journaling page.


I love including everyday pictures in my December album. Here's day 10. Simple and easy. For the page on the left, I just used washi tape from my stash to frame the photo. For the one on the right, I cut a 4x4 patterned paper to fit the 2x2 squares of the page protector and adhered the journaling card on the outside of it.


Same thing with the photo on the back of that page protector. I just glued it directly to the outside of the pocket. The journaling for the day is still missing. I haven’t decided if I want it to be on top or below the acetate divider. Decisions, decisions! LOL!

I love how this album is coming along. And I hope you can find some inspiration for your December album.

Thank you for stopping by.