Hi everyone!

Today I want to show you some pages made for my December documented album.

In the first page I focused on the clear stamps (on the right) and on the chipboard frames (on the left).

In the page on the left I used three frames, in two of them I inserted two pictures and in the third one I added the journaling. I love including the text in my pages in a lot of different ways!

In the center I used a long pocket life card just to add another little photo and then I covered it with another card and a beautiful chipboard sentiment. I stitched the border on the left side on the longer paper and I keep it closed with a star clip from my stash.

I decorated the back with a photo and an amazing stickers!

In the page on the right I created a background with the poinsettia clear stamp. I used the second (and third) generation stamping technique with the clear stamps of the metal die set and the amazing inks of the color kit by Catherine Pooler. I inked my stamp, I stamped off my cardstock first and then I stamped again (without re-inking my stamp) in the white bazzill two times, obtaining a tone on tone stamped image. I repeated the process a lot of times and then I fuzzy cut all the poinsettia flowers made on the first paper and I used them as embellishments. Do you like the soft shades of the poinsettia on the background?

I also stamped the “Festive gun” sentiment with the Versamark ink and clear embossing powder, getting a soft look . I love it! The metal die fits perfectly with the stamp!

In the next page I focused on the embellishments kit, using the pocket cards, puffy stickers and the alphas! In my page protector I added two pictures, one card with a lovely sentiment and another card with a white window where I wrote my journaling.

On the right I printed my picture on a white cardstock, leaving a white border on the left side where I punched the holes. I simply decorated the photo with the acrilic number 7, and puffy stickers. This page is one of my favourites!

I hope to have inspired you making some pages of your December documented album! I love how this project grows during the month, keeping the precious memories of my family!

I hope you like it!

Have a beautiful and creative day!


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