December is a BIG month in so many ways. For most of the month much of Australia celebrates the holiday season. The memories and traditions are different for each of us. Some of us drink eggnog, while others sip cold drinks by the pool with the family.
How would you like to capture those memories and traditions this December for your family to look back on for many years to come?
Maybe you bake a certain cookie, in which the recipe was passed down from Aunt Betty, or you hang an ornament on the tree that was given to your grandmother by your grandfather the first year they were married. Documenting those important facts not only benefits you, but the generations to come. Your family will appreciate those documented tid-bits year after year when you pull out your December Diary to display as part of your holiday decor.
Take an hour now to create your album, and when December rolls around all you have to do is take a photograph each day and journal your moments in the album.
Gather the following products to create your diary:
***Our 8″ x 8″ Albums will be available again in January, and we will be offering the Ruby 8″ x 8″ Coverset to use with this December Diary.
Cut the piece of cream dotted paper into twelve 3″ x 4″ pieces. Set aside.
Cut the piece of numbered squares apart, so each number is one piece. Set aside.
Cut the remainder of the designer papers following the above cutting guide.
To complete the album, download PDF: decemberdiary
Ideas of memories/traditions to capture:
- Putting up/decorating the Christmas Tree
- Picking out the Christmas Tree
- Your favourite holiday drink
- St. Nick
- Visit to Santa Claus
- Putting up Christmas lights
- Driving around looking at Christmas lights
- Favourite or meaningful ornament
- Elf on the Shelf
- Hanging stockings
- Family by Christmas Tree
- Summer family holiday
- Christmas dinner
- Drawing names/gift exchange
- Tracking Santa
- Ice skating
- Sitting by the fire
- Flying “Home for Christmas”
- Wrapping gifts
- Holiday home decor
- At the beach
- Holiday baking
- Favourite gift received
- Opening gifts
- Kris kringles
- Office Christmas parties
- Family Christmas gatherings
- Putting star or topper on tree
- Evidence of Santa or reindeer
- Leaving treats for Santa
- Advent calendar/countdown to Christmas
- School/church programs