The Holidays are behind us, but I finally finished my Holiday journal, thanks to my new habit of jotting down notes in a small notebook. So, before we get too far into the New Year…
I used up quite a few Christmas related items that I have been hanging onto for many years. The tag at the top left is from Christmas card makings 8 or so years ago.
I now own about 12 classic Christmas movies on dvd, I usually have them playing in the background all through December. “The Man Who Came To Dinner” is a particular favorite!
It just goes to show that if you hold onto something long enough, it will find a home…at least that’s what I tell myself!
I’m afraid my pages became much simpler as time marched on, it became a matter of wanting to get the memories down more than decorating.
That stamped piece at the bottom right is a leftover from the first annual Christmas card making session with my daughter. Something that is now a Christmas ritual, Love! And that sweet angel is from a wonderful package of Happy Mail from a dear friend Judy. Thank you Judy!
Memories upon memories, the best!
Just a few memories here, and a page decorated with the sweet Christmas Happy Mail from Jenny!
As you can see here, not much to say. Sometimes a photo says it all!
I am well and truly happy to say I finished this journal, it was a bit touch and go there for a while. I was contemplating sharing this next Christmas because of time constraints pushing it out so far into the New Year. But then, I’m thinking about starting a Throwback Thursday segment to add a little of my old blog into this one. So, there’s an opportunity to share a couple of past Holiday journals next Christmas! Yay!
Well, I hope this post didn’t push you over the edge to complete Holiday burnout!
Thank you for the visit,
Have a great day,
4 thoughts on “Holiday Journal Sharings”
Your holiday journal is lovely. I like the focus you took on writing/documenting your special memories. Thank you for sharing!
Thank you so much Dawn!
ho-ho-ho! glad you shared the finished journal patty! love how you used the little teapot charm 😉 boy you have a lot of great bits and pieces, and now they are all displayed/documented in one place to look over and remember the moments anytime you want. that’s a big reason as to why i love any/all smashbooking/planners/journals. capturing the moments + art + creating = FUN anytime of year. throwback thursday segment sounds delightful! ❤
I love that little teapot! I’m glad you like the Throwback Thursday idea too!
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