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Wednesday, 23 January 2013

Journal Your Christmas - the end!

And so here we are with the final pages of my journal and the finished book.

Boxing Day - playing with my Cricut Gypsy

Inside the envelope is a letter I have written, with my thoughts and thanks for the season


Penny made us a lovely turkey soup with the carcass and the leftover meat


The story about our angel

A lazy day at home, relaxing, doing jobs and chilling out

New Year's Eve and a Mario Kart competition
My favourite memories of 2012

My completed journal

Inside back cover - a pocket to hold special Christmas cards and letters I received
 Thank you so much for sharing this journey with me! January is such a bleugh month with nothing going on and not a lot to blog about, so I am pleased that I didn't post these as I went along! Penny and I have a fun weekend coming up soon - more about that another day!


10 comments:

scrappyjacky said...

It makes such a lovely memory of the season.

Missus Wookie said...

Nice to see the completed album. Mario Kart competitions are a favourite here too :)

Maria Ontiveros said...

Congrats for sticking with it!
Rinda

Alison said...

Your album looks lovely....I especially like the idea of your letter of thanks!
Alison xx

Jo said...

Your journal is just beautiful, I bet you're so proud of it x

Sian said...

A satisfyingly stuffed looking album! You really have told the story of Christmas.

Deb @ Paper Turtle said...

I love the look of your Christmas journal, Becky! Good for you on the completion of it. I always say I'm going to do a Christmas album but have never actually done it.

Looking forward to hearing what you and Penny are up to this weekend. ;o)

alexa said...

many congratulations on finishing it - I am in awe of your persistence and skill. I think I have enough bits of failed attempts over the last four years to put together half a month!

Karen said...

What a great journal you created! The Christmas Journal is one of my favorite projects every year.

Gail said...

Your album looks wonderful - a great memory of December 2012.