How digital scrapbookers document their holidays

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In our community of digital scrapbookers, there are many different ways to document our lives on a page. There’s no “right” or “wrong” way to digiscrap – we love all methods of memory keeping! There’s also a wide variation in the way we all celebrate this holiday filled time of year. Again, it is not a one size fits all situation. Different religious beliefs, cultural ideals, and personal preferences mean that there are multiple ways to make memories. One of the great benefits of gallery surfing is that we get to take a peek into everyone else’s lives and enjoy their experiences as well.

Here are some of the ways digital scrapbookers are documenting this holiday season:

Amy Jaz’s clean & simple December Daily pages are a great showcase for the everyday holiday-related celebrations her family is enjoying.

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Stacia Hall created a collage type of page about the holiday music that isa central part of her traditions.

Easy Peasy Vol2 by Little Butterfly Wings; Pumpkin Butter Papers by Lauren Reid; Jolly Holiday {Papers} by Nerdy Scrappers Studio; Holly Jolly Papers by River Rose Designs; Christmas Memories - Elements by Tracy Martin; Glitter and Glue Stackers by Sissy Sparrows; Xmas Stamps #1 by Paula Kesselring; Tinsel Time Word Snips by Snips and Snails Designs; Jolly Holiday Borders by Nerdy Scrappers Studios; Season to be Jolly Elements by Paula Kesselring; Star of Wonder by The Edits; Xmas Labels #1 by Paula Kesselring; Journaling Markers by Lauren Reid;  Fonts: The Everyday by Heather Hess

 

A mixed religion family often has many holidays to celebrate. Alamama did a great job of capturing their beliefs.

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RebeccaH focused on the religious meaning of Christmas with this darling photo paired with simple text.

 

Norton94 captured a night of Hanukkah traditions to remember.

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kpmelly documented a special holiday recipe.

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Snaggletooth was not afraid to use digital art and journaling to express her holiday-related depression. This can be a difficult time of year for many people.

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mizbizibee paired a stunning Christmas tree photograph with a holiday quote to create this beautiful digital layout.

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Kelleanne recorded a child’s list for Santa.

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How do you celebrate? How are you documenting your holiday traditions? We’d love to see your creations so don’t forget to post them in our Flickr group!

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P.S. the title graphic was created with Digital Design Essentials Holiday Cheer kit. Also – Congratulations to last week’s readers who have won $10 to one of December’s featured designers: LSquared (Michelle Batton) and Sandy H (Mommyish). Thanks for commenting!