Don’t Forget to Scrapbook Your Christmas Crafts
For me the holidays are the perfect time to start that craft project that I have been saving on my Pinterest board for months. I love getting together with family or friends creating special gifts or making Christmas decorations. Sometimes I like to craft alone, especially when working on my December Daily album. It’s a great way to spend quiet time during the hectic holidays.
To create this layout, I browsed through my photo library looking for the holiday craft projects that I previously captured. I wish I had taken more photos through the years, but I had more than enough to put my page together. Here are some things to consider when capturing these special events.
- Who are you with and where does the crafting take place?
- What supplies are you using?
- Why did you choose this project and what was your inspiration?
- Did you have any project fails?
- Don’t forget to take a photo of the finished project!
Visit the Get It Scrapped website for more scrapbook ideas for recording your favorite holiday traditions here.
Supplies: Foam Letter Stickers-American Crafts, Buttons-Recollections, Stickers-October Afternoon (Eggnog), Puffy Stickers- Elle’s Studio, Snowflake-Echo Park, Tin Pins-October Afternoon, Digital Elements-Ali Edwards Craft and Holiday Words, string, and paper doily.