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Documenting Your Days of December
Posted By Katie Pertiet On November 25, 2010 @ 7:00 am In Photo Book Ideas | 3 Comments
December is such a special month with so many different activities and traditions and family history to be remembered. I often wonder how my parents spent their Christmas. Did they make gingerbread cookies every year? Did they get a new ornament each year? Was the holiday celebrated with the same people every year? Believe it or not, I don’t know the answers to these questions and want to be sure I get together photo books  about my Christmas memories so our children and grandchildren don’t have to wonder.
If you don’t have little ones at home you can still create a keepsake filled with Holiday memories. KellyM215  had a wonderful idea for a way to treasure her December memories last year when her husband and son were overseas. She picked a holiday word for each day of the month and scrapped the meaning of Christmas for her family. Kelly used a layered template book  and a variety of other products from DesignerDigitals.com .
With small children at home, community member Sill  put together a whole book of her family’s month of December and all the preparations leading up to Christmas. She used a mix of products available from DesignerDigitals.com .
You can do the same thing with Shutterfly photo book templates. Olive Sky Rain  made a beautiful photo book capturing everyday family moments and special events during December.
Here are a few other ideas you can use to help fill your pages with memories:
Shopping for Christmas Gifts
Photograph favorite Christmas lights displays
Town tree lighting
Welcoming of Santa to your town
25 days of Blessings
Random memories from childhood
Wishes under the tree
Gifts received over the years
Favorite holiday foods
I hope this inspires you to embrace December and celebrate the memories it brings with a photo book that your family can enjoy year after year. And if you do this every year you’ll see how your family evolved and each year will become that much more special.
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December is such a special month with so many different activities and traditions and family history to be remembered. I often wonder how my parents spent their Christmas. Did they make gingerbread cookies every year? Did they get a new ornament each year? Was the holiday celebrated with the same people every year? Believe it or not, I don’t know the answers to these questions and want to be sure I get together photo books: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/create/button/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fblog.shutterfly.com%2F5974%2Fdocumenting-your-days-of-december%2F&media=http%3A%2F%2Fblog.shutterfly.com%2Fwp-content%2Fuploads%2Fdecember-photo-book.png&description=Documenting%20Your%20Days%20of%20December
 KellyM215: http://community.shutterfly.com/gallery/post/start.sfly?postId=/gallery/1/post/GMGDFg4YtWLVy2bgfJnrHC
 layered template book: http://www.designerdigitals.com/digital-scrapbooking/supplies/product_info.php/products_id/8464
 DesignerDigitals.com: http://www.designerdigitals.com/digital-scrapbooking/supplies/advanced_search_result.php?keywords=christmas&x=0&y=0
 Sill: http://community.shutterfly.com/gallery/post/start.sfly?postId=/gallery/1/post/GMGDFg1cOGbJqwbg2S985G
 Olive Sky Rain: http://community.shutterfly.com/gallery/post/start.sfly?postId=/gallery/1/post/GMGDJg2bs2zRk5YAbNVU40
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