On Saturday December 3rd, Michael and I went to a fabulous play called "Joy" at the Interact Theater. Interact is a theater company where the actors are mostly people with disabilities. I've been to a number of their plays, and they have all been fantastic. This was the first time for Michael and he and I both just loved it.
So, here is Saturday's page(s) in my December Daily...
I photocopied the advertisement postcard so I could reduce it to fit on the page. The envelope holds a review from our local paper. The word joy is handcut.
on the next page I did some journaling, and taped the program right into the book with packing tape...
Here's December 4th's page. It was a day where not much happened, but those are some of the best kind of days for us!!!
The "snowflake" is a tissue embellishment from Studio Calico. I made the number four in the middle with my beloved Epiphany Crafts Shape maker tool. (I love that thing!) The word cozy was handdrawn and cut on dictionary paper.
Here's another view where you can see the back of the play's program that I taped into the book...
On another note, did you see that the Project Life Core kits are available now??? Yeayyy! I ordered one each of Cobalt and Clementine - I couldn't help myself!!! Click here to check them out.
My friend Linda Phinney and I are hard at work revamping the Scrapping The Music blog; so look for a reveal some time before the new year!
Oh, and speaking of music - my friend Marit is hosting her third annual "Top 2000 Blog Party" and I am excited to play along again! If you are not familiar with it, the basics are that there's a radio station in the Netherlands that counts down the top 2000 songs of all time (according to the voters) between Christmas and New Year's; and she invites everyone to pick one or more of the songs and create some art that is inspired by it. I've participated each year and it's always a lot of fun! I try to make one layout or journal page for each day of the party, but you don't have to. If you want to play along click here to check it out!
Thanks for visiting and I will see you again soon!