Friday, 4 December 2009

Journal Your Christmas

This year I am taking part in an online class called Journal Your Christmas. The idea is to spend about 15 minutes a day making a daily entry in your journal. I signed up at the last minute and with a busy start to the week it has taken me a few days to get up to date and of course that meant ignoring the ironing to do crafting instead - such a sacrifice!!!

Here is the cover which I made from covered chipboard and chipboard letters covered with acrylic paint and Glamour Dust - well actually everything is covered in glamour dust - that stuff gets everywhere!

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Day One

This is my manifesto, my intention to journal everyday and enjoy the magic of Christmas. I had fun using a patchwork of scraps on this page.

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Day Two

This is about the weather and the hope of snow at Christmas. I used a photo that I took in the park earlier this year. I managed to use some of my Basic Grey Blitzen on this page.

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Day Three

This is about Christmas cards so I have created a little pocket to keep some envelope in and in one of them are some photos of my Christmas cards.

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Watch out later today for another post with today's journal entry.

3 comments:

Virginia said...

Ooh I love all your pages, they are beautiful, mine are lacking that little bit extra at the moment. Loving the size as well, it's a while since I did a 12" x 6" album which is what I'm guessing it is! I love this class, it really puts you in the reflective mood! Hope you're having a great day!

vicky said...

Jeannie, these are stunning pages. I am hoping to my own journal this year, but I haven't actually signed up to the class (maybe next year me hopes!!)as dont know if i'll have the time to keep up!! I have written down bits each day but no pages actually made yet!!!! cant wait to see more of your fabulous work!! xxxx

Wrightboysmum said...

I love the little pockets to keep the cards in. Your manifesto idea with the scraps like a quilt is fab as well.