Friday, July 15

Christmas in July - Sneak Peeks from CHA!

Well, Sheila has started me thinking about the December Daily, so when I was looking through the CHA Summer sneak peeks, I found these wonderful holiday papers that I think would be great for the DD.

The first one is Websters Botanical  Christmas. First of all, I love the Webster pages - they do such great design work, and it is always high quality.  A couple of my favorite pages here are the doors, and the red and cream graphics page.  I think this is a definite possibility!


 Next is Prima's North Country.  This inspires me to think Adirondack Christmas!  I see a lot of elements here that would fit into celebrating Christmas right in my neck of the woods. Plus, Prima always has such cool embellishments. I like that this includes both traditional and non-traditional Christmas colors in the collection.  Hmmm....perhaps an Adirondack style December Daily?

The third one I found (here is the embellishment page) is Jenni Bowlin's Christmas Line.  She has such great graphics!  This one would give a much more traditional look to the December Daily.  I do like incorporating her embellishments into any one that I make.

So many choices....I think it may be a challenge to decide on the paper line to use this year!  Are any of you thinking of creating a December Daily?  What are you looking at using?  Let us know!

3 comments:

  1. I'm not sure what December Daily is, but these papers are delicious!

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  2. Fran,

    December Daily is an idea to document the month of December that Ali Edwards came up with. Here is a link to her site:

    http://aliedwards.com/2009/12/december-daily-compilation.html

    and here is a link to blog posts from Maura and I that reference what we have done with the idea:

    http://twocraftingsisters.blogspot.com/search/label/december%20daily

    Hope that helps to explain what December Daily is. Maura and I have a lot of fun sharing these albums each year.

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  3. Thanks for the info Sheila, I knew it sounded familiar...I must have read about it on your blog. I'll check out the links you posted...thanks again.

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