Wednesday 20 January 2016

JYC Days 25 to 26

And so here we are back with JYC and it is Christmas Day! I loved these big numbers and embossing on them made them really pretty.

On the reverse of the 25 page I did a 6x8 photo of our tree on Christmas morning with all the presents under it.

A divided page protector with the top left pocket just holding the star so that you can peek through to the photo behind it.

I got a Fuse tool for Christmas, so fused an additional pocket onto the page above to hold an extra two photos.

This is the back of the previous page. More photos including one of my timetable for Christmas dinner!

This is a divided page protector with 12 2x2 pockets. I had fun filling both sides with photos, journalling and embellishments.

The reverse of the page above.
And then it was Boxing Day! For as long as I can remember we have taken a family photo by the Christmas tree and this was no exception. Thisi s one of my favourite photos of Christmas.

We visited my parents' on Boxing Day and my Mum had made her (to us) famous chocolate yule log! It was delicious!

I know that some people stop at Christmas Day with their journal and others carry on. I always carry on, but only go until January 1st. So just a few  more days to share with you! Need to get them photographed so hopefully there will be some reasonable light at the weekend! Thanks for looking!


Melissa said...

Looks like y'all had a wonderful Christmas!

Karen said...

Great pages; I especially like those 2X2 pages!

alexa said...

I admire anyone who gets to the 25th, let alone beyond :). I haven't come across a fuse tool so will be off to google shortly, but you have used it to great effect with that pocket. A photo taken in the same spot each year much give you such a source of interesting comparisons ...

Jo said...

It looks like you had a really lovely Christmas x

Susanne said...

That album is looking fantastic - lots of lovely memories stored there.

Missus Wookie said...

Oh this is lovely, I like the embossing on those big numbers. Family famous meals/recipes are always a good thing. I'd like a review of the fuse once you've had time to play.