These are both 2 page spreads.
Day 9 we went to a snow day a local church put on. We live where it doesn't snow, so people will truckload it in for fun. :) We haven't visited the snow since my youngest was 3 weeks old (she's turning 5 next week) so it's been a while and the kids had a blast!
The paper I used in this spread wasn't part of what I originally pulled for December Daily, but there was so much pink in the pictures I went in search of it. It's really old Heidi Grace paper with flocking on it.
Here's the left side:
The date tag is also a coordinating tag thing from the old set. I tied it to the rings with white Stampin' Up! baker's twine. The glittered 9 is a thicker and I wrote Snow Day with a Baja Breeze Stampin' Up! marker. The snowflakes are punched and then I layered a snowflake sequin over the top and a Stampin' Up! rhinestone.
Here's the right side:
And day 10:
The pictures of the kids decorating their cookies had a yellow cast that I couldn't seem to fix so I printed them in black and white.
On the left I used a piece of a Stampin' Up! doily. I layered words I cut out from a sheet of patterned paper from my stash. The "traditions documented" is also from a piece of patterned paper I got at Two Peas in a Bucket. The right bottom square has a scrap of fabric that I used wrapping baked good (picture on the other side of the layout) and the tag is from Little Yellow Bicycle. I just circled the date.
On the right I used the two narrow pockets to include journaling. The top one tells who we delivered to and the bottom tells what was in the baskets. The 'friends' wood veneer is from Studio Calico I think.
The top right has a shot of the gift baskets. It's adorned with another piece of the doily and tag scrap that miiiight be Elle's Studio. The bottom left is a shot I took of my recipe box. I keep my recipes in various storage methods, but this one little box is just for family recipes and family favorites. I journaled right on top of the photo with a white gel pen.
That's all for days 9 and 10. 11 and 12 will be here tomorrow!