Saturday, December 5, 2015

Document December with Stephanie: My Project

Welcome back! Yesterday, I shared some photos of the mini kit that I pulled together for my Document December project and today you get to see that kit in action. As I mentioned in my previous post, I'm doing a traditional December Daily album this year with daily photos and journaling. I decided to use my kit to create 3x4 journaling cards and pocket fillers for that album. 

Here are some of the cards I've created so far. As you can see, most of them are pretty simple with minimal embellishing … just a sticker or two to make them look festive, but plenty of leftover room for storytelling and documenting special holiday moments.

All these cards are eventually going to make their way into my 6x8 December Daily album and if you're interested, you can keep an eye on my personal blog (Skyline Paperie) to see my album progress. That said, even if you're not doing December Daily this year you can still pull inspiration from the pocket card idea. 3x4 cards are incredibly versatile … they can be incorporated into your annual Project Life album, you can add them to 12x12 layouts as embellishments or turn them into happy mail by adhering them to a 4x6 card base. They're not very time consuming to make (so, perfect for the busy scrapper!) and they're a great way to use up scraps.

I hope I've inspired you to create some 3x4 pocket cards of your own, whether for your holiday mini album or just for fun! Wishing you all the happiest of holidays xx


  1. Your cards are adorable and are definitely wonderful inspiration for making them for any kind of use, not just for December Daily!

  2. Luv the deer head! Merry CHRISTmas :)

  3. I've got a Simple Stories album to use too but I'm not as far along as you are for the actual making! But I love what you've shown us here and your 3x4s are really fabulous.

  4. These cards are so cute. You've inspired me to make some just because I can. Have a happy & blessed Christmas Stephanie.

  5. Such cute and colourful cards. Love.


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