You remember that I said I'm on top of things this October, right?
You remember how my tidying and organizing even my blog caused me to rescue this post from oblivion, right?
Well, you may wonder why I would be posting about a December Daily kit today - this is still early? Set aside the fact that some very famous scrapbookers have already given us glimpses of their holiday stuff; they want to sell it. What is S up to and why?
Here's a snapshot of my set-up for scrapping December daily (or on some schedule)?
Perhaps you would like to how this came together.
That is a pretty snazzy jazzy kit, wouldn't you say. Too bad it was the kit I put together last year that never got used. Did you notice the copyright watermark on those photos? 2014! I was trying to get ahead on my counterfeiting last year before I knew the Counterfeit Kit Challenge plans for December had nothing to do with kits! (We did cards.)
If kit contents had feelings, these would no doubt feel shunned like those toys on the island of misfit toys. Luckily, there is this photographic evidence, a scrapbook of sort, that those supplies once belonged together. Maybe a scrapbooker, in the Rudolph tradition, will try to gather up this disbanded lot and give them some renewed purpose.
Maybe watching Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer will be the spark needed to do it. After all, it has been telecast every year since 1964, making it the longest
running Christmas TV special in history. It only airs on CBS, and they have yet to announce its air date for 2015. Back up out of that rabbit hole . . . stay tuned, as they say, because there will most likely be other scrappy holiday preparations happening soon.
Postscript: I debated about whether to do this post at all - should I admit I did not follow through on what I had planned last year. But then I listened to a Scrap Gals podcast from 2014 where Tracie admitted to having done the same thing with her 2013 December Daily. And since I still had this post sitting unused on my computer, I thought why not go ahead and use it. We're just keeping it real. (And hoping that Santa appreciates our honesty!)