I recently finished up Journal Your Christmas, and wanted to show you the completed pages. Please note that I am only sharing the pages right now...I figured I would do a separate post about getting the pages printed and into a book or album at a later date.
The key to getting an album like this done is keeping it simple. As I mentioned in my earlier post about holiday albums, I used a set of 6 x 8 templates and a set of Christmas kits I picked out ahead of time (I will provide links to these products down below).
When it came time to make each day's page, I just opened a template in PSE, saved it as a new file, plopped in any papers and embellishments I wanted to use, and added journaling.
A few years back, I made a font of my own handwriting. This is pretty handy when you want to include your own writing, but are short on time. This is another tool in my arsenal that helps me get my pages done quickly and easily.
If you are interested in turning your handwriting into a font, here are a couple of sites that allow you to do so. One of the sites provides this service for free, and the site requires payment. I included both so my readers could choose the one that suits their needs.
Here's my latest video, with a slide show of each of the layouts I did for this project. I hope you'll watch and get a feel for how the pages all tie together.
If you want to get a better look at each of the pages, you can find them at either of these two places:
JYC 2016 Photo Album on my Facebook Page
My Scrapbook dot com gallery
Here are the page kits I used:
DYD 6 x 8 Templates by Just Jaimee
Holly Days Advent Calendar Kit by Amy Wolff:
Holly Days Element Pack:
Holly Days Paper Pack:
List of Fonts used on my layouts:
Tangie Momraths: part of this font package
LDJ Knuckle Type
Impact Label Font (I used a different labelmaker font that is no longer available, but this one is a close substitute for it)
Autumn in November
Wow...that's 19 fonts! I did warn you that I was a font junkie, right?
Anyhow...I appreciate you stopping by here, and I hope you found some inspiration you can use in your own holiday album or project.