December Daily 2014: December 1st & 2nd~

I’ve started. Yippee!!

Now it really feels like the holiday season.

That and of course the trail of pine tags, glitter and piles of broken ornament pieces lying around the house.

If you have small children around your tree you know exactly what I mean and probably have a matching “Need to Glue” pile.

I started with a wonderful December calendar provided by Marie from Stitch In Time~

D Calendar

I used several of the December Story stamps from October Afternoon to highlight just some of our plans for this month.

Guess what else signals the start of the holidays for us?

December 1st~

DD Calendar

Going to see the trains at Bevell’s.

Travis took Hartly to see them on Saturday; however, she sweet talked her grandparents into taking her again after school.

Wonder just how many times we will see them this year?

I found an adorable Santa with a train printable on Pinterest to use as my background.

December 2nd~

DD Dec 1

Hartly’s homework from Nursery School was to find an object that reminds her of Christmas for a Christmas Show & Tell.

She picked one of her favorite and unbroken ornaments….Buzz Lightyear.

She even dressed for the occasion by wearing her new reindeer with ornaments shirt. That girl!

I haven’t worked on my cover yet, but boy does it feel good to get started.

Let me know how you’re doing with yours!!

I’d love to see it!!

I used~

October Afternoon December Story Kit, Ali Edwards December Daily Kit, Pretty Little Studio For You Image, Heidi Swapp Christmas Paper Pad, Various October Afternoon Christmas Collections, Simple Stories Snap Album & Page Protectors

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