When my daughters were little girls every Christmas Eve we would go through the same ritual. They used to be so excited, waiting for Santa and knew that there was 'only one more sleep' before he arrived. At bedtime, they used to have a bath and wear their brand new 'Christmas nightie and slippers' and have their photograph taken beside the Christmas Tree.
Obviously, as they got older they didn't want to join in the same 'childish traditions' but I think it's lovely to scrap those memories so they can remember these times when they get older.
This is a layout using one of those Christmas Eve photographs created using Prima North Country 'Red Deer' patterned paper as the base (used the reverse side), layered up with cream cardstock. I used Prima North Country 'Glacier Roads' as the strips along the bottom of the photograph and for the banner shapes. I used Dovecraft Vintage Buttons to add some dimension and 'sewed' along the inside of the cardstock with Twine. The title is made from Black Dovecraft Glitter Alphabets.
Do you have any little 'Christmas Traditions' that you share with your family. Leave a comment and let me know and if you are a follower of this blog, I will enter your name into the draw for the blog candy. Thanks for stopping by.