Wednesday, 7 December 2011

Christmas Journal 2011 - 7 December

Had another busy day socialising today!  Met my lovely friends and their three dogs for a walk in the forest, then took another friend out for a coffee (that somehow turned into lunch! - how did that happen???) who has recently had an operation and was desperate to get out of the house.  I also then went back to her house and helped her with her Christmas journal - she needed a bit of a nudge in the right direction!

Carole x


  1. Lovely pages Carole, lucky you having lots of crafty pals near by to craft with.
    Are you finding it more difficult with the smaller size journal? Just wondering as I'm thinking of preparing this in advance to do next year (not sure if I will actually do it) but at least if I have everything ready to go then I'm half way there. The problem for me, is printing the photo's off. I'm really need to work out how to do that on my printer, and adjust the sizes if needed. Can't see me sticking to it, if I had to go somewhere to print them off everything time.
    Just to a quick peek back at your last years journal and really love it. I think I may go landscape, but not sure, how are you finding working with this size, compared to the landscape one you did last year?
    My sister is visiting at the moment, so no crafting has been done this week, even though we both want to get stuck in and get creative, time is just flying by :(
    Hope you're enjoying your journaling, it looks great!
    Suzie xxx :)

  2. Carole - you are tooooooooooo organised sweetie. I'm loving following your journal as I have absolutely no hope of doing one this year. One thing I must say though - we are taking delivery of a new kitten on Saturday - just what I need LOL!!!! How's Olllie?


  3. well done in keeping up with it, it only seems like yesterday you did the last one, think it was when you started work?

    hope you are all keeping well...xx

  4. Really loving how your journal is coming together. I too love crafting on my JOY book at my friends house while she works on hers. there is something about crafting together that is so much more inspiring than sitting at your own desk alone.