December 22, 2014

December Daily Update (Alternate Title: This Better Be Worth It…)

So, my December Daily album is in full swing (and scattered all over my house)! I have been enjoying it so far, but let me tell you, it is a lot of work. At least for me. I think it’s partially because I’m really slow at things when I first get into them (my perfectionist brain wants to do everything the best way possible even though I don’t know what I’m doing yet). I think I’m getting a little bit faster at putting it together, but it is certainly a commitment. I spent about 3 hours at the end of the first week just picking out, resizing, and printing my photos, only to realize that I did the resolution all wrong and had to do it all over again. UGH. Elsie lovingly said I will be her example of what not to do in an upcoming post about printing your photos at home. Hey, at least my stupidity may help others…I have had fun getting into some stamping details though. Stamps are an easy way to make your own pattern and this cute Christmas sweater stamp was just what I needed. I still think this album will be worth all the effort though. We are getting ready to head to PA for the holidays and I’m excited to take lots more fun family photos to include in the book. Here’s to making (and capturing) new memories!signature

6 thoughts on “December Daily Update (Alternate Title: This Better Be Worth It…)

  1. Kathryn

    That little Christmas sweater stamp is just the cutest! Honestly, I love that you wrote about some of the challenges you’re having with this project, because I find that’s how projects go for me 9/10. I personally think you’re so talented and it’s refreshing to hear that sometimes you muck it up, just like me! Merry Christmas Laura!

    xx Kathryn

    1. thebandwifeblog Post author

      Thanks! I think I got it at Hobby Lobby actually, they didn’t have many I liked, but that one was perfect!

      Laura 🙂


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