Create Your Own December Album Kit

Jennifer Wilson

I’m your guide here at Simple Scrapper. Our community helps people find what fills you up and fits your life in memory keeping.

November 14, 2011

We’re just 16 days away from December. Are you ready to document the holiday season? For this post, we’ve scoured the shops to create our own coordinated kits in four themes. As always, Simple Scrapper wants to make it easy for you to document your stories!

Theme: Classic Christmas

Red Holiday Deer overlay from Hambly Woodland paper pad from Martha Stewart Twinkle Bright die cuts from Anna Griffin
Goldleaf Star stickers from EK Success Star Chipboard pieces from Jenni Bowlin Goodness White Thickers from American Crafts
Red Plain Jane number tags from Pretty Little Studio Apothecary Notebook journaling cards from Pretty Little Studio Nordic Holiday brads from BasicGrey

Theme: Vintage Christmas

Seasons Greetings patterned paper from My Mind’s Eye Joy patterned paper from My Mind’s Eye Small Pointsettias patterned paper from Echo Park
Trees glitter paper from Anna Griffin Season’s Greetings journaling cards from Echo Park Season’s Greetings Chipboard stickers from Echo Park
Petite Type stickers from Authentique Wish List tags from Elle’s Studio Ladybug twine from Doodlebug Design

Theme: Hanukkah

Fancy Floral patterned paper from Echo Park
Blue Numbers patterned paper from Teresa Collins Stripe Blue patterned paper from Anna Griffin
Gold and Blue die cut paper from Anna Griffin Motif patterned paper from Glitz Design Winter Twig Journaling Cards from Little Yellow Bicycle
Blue Tiny Type stickers from Cosmo Cricket Numero clear stamps from 7 Gypsies Prussian Blue ink pad from Nick Bantock

Theme: Digital Christmas

Brown Paper Packages White Winter paper pack from Karen Funk Graphed Paper Pack No. 02 from Katie Pertiet
Santa Cut Outs No. 01 from Katie Pertiet
Dated journal cards from Robyn Meierotto So Daily number cards from Robyn Meierotto Christmas Postmarks from Erica Zwart

We’ve taken the guesswork out of coordinating products, so you can focus on all the other holiday preparations on your mind. How will you document this December?

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  1. Jennifer Smith

    Love your picks and may have to grab some. I’m predominately picking items from my stash for my first December Daily.

  2. candyK

    Thanks for doing this but where is the digital Hannukah? I have trouble finding choices in digital.

  3. Melissa

    I’m reusing my album design from last year with a totally different style of kit (I’m digital) – so excited! 🙂

  4. Jenifer

    Melissa do you care to share?


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