Thursday, November 10, 2011

December Daily 2011-foundation pages

I have completed my December Daily foundation pages, yay!!! I don't think they will change much. After looking at my 2010 version of DD I want to include some christmas cards like I did last year so there will be a few additions to my foundation pages.
I really liked Ali's cut down baseball card pages and may include a few of those but not many 'cause I am too lazy to cut down papers and photos, gotta keep it easy for me to finish the project :).
We will also be celebrating the season in Scottsdale, Arizona from the 9th to the 30th of December so I won't have access to my stash and am optimistically hoping to come home with pages with photos on them :) and journaling completed on my computer.

For this years DD I was really inspired by Ali Edwards use of transparancies. I used one in between each spread and instead of stitching ribbon, I stitched paper to the transparancies. I also used Ali Edwards overlays to give my project a common theme, I just chose a darker red for the overlay printing.
To summarize, I am very happy with the pages, I don't have an album yet, haven't found the 8x8 book I really like yet so I will look around for one when we are in the States in December and if I don't find something I like, I will bind it myself.
Here are my foundation pages:






Thanks for looking!

6 comments:

Kelly in Canada said...

looks great.

scrappysue said...

What a beautiful collection of pages; good luck finding an album!

Jude Toone said...

Your foundation pages are stunning - LOVE your style, looking forward to seeing them fill up!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful Rosie! I am loving the bits of glitter and bling!

Roxy said...

Very pretty, love the papers you chose!

Tracy said...

I love this. This is exactly what I will be doing with the transparencies, nice to see your take on it.

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