December Daily Week 1

Well I completed my first week of my December Daily album. I ended up printing the majority of my pictures through Target but once I started working on my album I realized I didn’t print all the pictures I wanted! Canon Selphy to the rescue. I love this little machine, it makes my life that much easier to be able to print a quick photo at home.

Much like last year the majority of the photos were taken with my iPhone but I am ok with that. This morning I managed to snap some pictures of the little one talking to her Nutcracker with the DSLR!

I am still learning on how to get better photos of my December Daily. One of these days I am going to be able to post a great picture of my pocket page scrapbooking. Hopefully that will be next week.

I do find that with how busy I am during the week it is a whole lot easier for me to print my photos on a Saturday or Sunday and work on the project on the weekend. With all that being said here is our first week of December!

Are you doing a December Daily Album this year? If so how did your first week go? Let us know in the comments!

P.S. Lain Ehmann is hosting a wonderful FREE scrapinar with the awesome Katrina Kennedy this month that is all about creating a successful daily photography project. This scrapinar is FREE so you might as well give it a try and see what Katrina Kennedy has to share with us about creating a daily photography project. You can sign up by clicking HERE!

Share this post

Share on facebook
Share on google
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on pinterest
Share on print
Share on email

This Post Has 0 Comments

  1. Ruth G

    Woohoo! Go, Beth! I’m doing December Daily, but I’m really taking it easy and trying to not stress about it since there’s plenty to get done this month. I have a daily planner with plenty of room for writing so I’m trying to make sure I write something there everyday and if I manage to get it into my album now, great, if not I’ll do it later knowing that I won’t forget the details because I’ve written them down. Thanks so much for sharing and keep up the good work!

Leave a Reply