December Daily | 2019 Plans

It's that time again! And yes, I'm talking about Christmas and it's not even Halloween yet. What can I say, I like to plan and prep. This year I'm trying something new and doing a mashup of a few different brands. Here's what I've chosen so far.

Ali Edwards

I love Ali's albums because of larger 2.5" spine. Which means I can cram more stuff into them. I chose the Star Gaze album which is unfortunately sold out. But she does have others to choose from. Not sure if she plans to restock.

Features a 2.5" spine and includes 31 page protectors

Another product that sold out quickly is the set of 3 plastic envelopes. These are a fabulous way to add stuff to your albums that you don't necessarily want to punch holes in.

Includes 3 plastic envelopes

Feed Your Craft

My first purchase from Feed Your Craft! I chose this kit, which was designed by Geralyn Sy from In A Creative Bubble because I love her designs and the colors. 

Designed by In A Creative Bubble and includes:
* 8 - 6 x 8 single-sided papers
* 8 - 3 x 4 cards (with geometric print on the back)
* 4 - 4 x 6 cards (with geometric print on the back)
* 1 - 4 x 6 clear stamp set
* 1 - 5 x 7 sheet of puffy stickers
* 1 - 73-piece die cut pack
* a full digital pack

I also snagged this set of die cuts because, Hello!, they were on sale for $2.00. (And are still available.)

Designed by Brandi Kincaid and includes 50 die cut shapes
(on sale for $2.00!!!)

Kelly Purkey

Awww, yeah. Would it be crazy to say I bought this kit solely for the Butter card? No? Good. I've always loved Kelly's style and her kits are AMAZING this year. I had a hard time choosing between this one and the Black & White kit. I didn't want the colors to clash with the FYC kit, but honestly, it's just too good and I don't care. 

* 4 x 6 stamp set
* ten 6 x 8 double sided papers
* two 6 x 6 papers
* three 4 x 6 cards
* eight 3 x 8 cards
* eleven 3 x 4 double sided cards
* 3 x 4 gold foil cotton letter press card
* 6 x 8 red cotton letter press page
* washi tape
* set of die cuts
* pink glitter alpha stickers
* 6 x 8 Kelly Green alpha stickers
* pack of snowflake & star transparency pieces
* gold sequins
* library cards & pocket
* shipping tags
* two gold foil vellum pieces

I'm sure I'll end up picking up some bits here and there at Michael's, as per usual. The Dollar Spot at Target has been known to have some good stuff to add to albums as well. 

So, who are you going with this year? Sticking with one brand? A mix or just doing your own thing?

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