Sunday, December 8, 2013

The details of the season

Hi Lisa here for another Christmas post. :-)

I don't know about you, but my notebook of ideas for projects and pages is already filling up after the first week of daily ideas from the other Master Forgers!

Today, I'm inviting you to be inspired by the details of the season. These are usually my favourite Christmas layouts, reminding me of all the little traditions, decorations or moments that together form my complete Christmas experience.

Why not join me in making a page about one tiny detail of your festive build up?
  • A favourite bauble on the tree
  • A family tradition from another country brought over by previous generations
  • Your stocking or present sack and where it came from
  • Who gets to put the silver sixpence into your Christmas pudding
  • Your tradition for sitting down and writing all your Christmas cards in one sitting
  • Which movie has to be running in the background while you wrap your presents
  • Your Christmas colour scheme
Here are just a couple of layouts I've made over the years capturing little elements of my season in case you need a few more ideas...

What small aspect of your festive season will you choose to capture today? If you are inspired to create, I hope you'll share with us over at Mr Linky!

Happy Creating and make sure you tune in every day this month for daily inspiration!



  1. Lovely idea and great layouts Lisa :)

  2. As always your pages are as inspiring as your post! I'll be keeping my eyes open for those special little things that are undocumented so far.

  3. Well timed post for me. Have been taking photos each day this month of the many activities done and places we've gone. Today is just a stay at home day. Routine humdrum. hmmm....what bit of significance can I capture today with my camera?


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