Happy New Year everyone! It’s hard to believe that 2012 is over. I hope you all had a wonderful holiday season, and wish you the best year ever.
While talking with my dad a few weeks ago, I remembered a fun story about myself as a kid and told him about it. He said, “You need to record that!” and I took that to mean, “you could make a fun challenge that goes along with that”, so I did!
What is one of your favorite holiday memories?
You can focus this challenge on something you just did this season, or a fun little memory from when you were a kid. You can focus on just one, or list a few that you’ll never forget. To give you some help, here are some ideas!
What Laura did:
Laura made a fun scrapbook layout of a time when Santa came to her house—something she’ll never forget!
Supplies: Cardstock – Bazzill; Patterned Paper – Echo Park and also unknown; Photo Corners, transparent words – Heidi Swapp; Sticker Words – 7 Gypsies; Snowflakes – Cricut (Home Accents cartridge); Font – Comic Sans; Title – Bella Blvd
What Kim did:
Kim just wrote down one of her favorite childhood Christmas memories—when she got her very own dog! Short, simple, easy. And now, recorded!
One of my most memorable Holiday memories was when I got my very own dog for Christmas. I was about 8 or 9 years old. I remember my parents driving up in our big Dodge Ram Van on Christmas Eve. I went out there to see what they had gotten and inside the van was the cutest black dog I had ever seen. Everyone in my family said he was the ugliest dog they had ever seen, but I didn't care, to me he was the cutest dog ever because he was my very own dog. And he was my buddy!
What I did:
I made a digital scrap page of the story that inspired this challenge—my sister and I trying to sneak into the living room early on Christmas morning. (I’m still not able to get to my old pictures, so yes, pictures will have to be put in later on this one too…if there even is one…sigh.)
Credits: Template, Scrapping With Liz. Papers and candy cane embellishment, Carina Gardiner. Fonts, Mom’s Typewriter, CK Daydream, Georgia.
Now I challenge you to go record one (or a few) of your favorite holiday moments before it becomes lost!