Vintage Postcard Calendar Journal. I think it's so great because every day you'll be able to read back over what you did on that day in years past. Obviously the first year will be somewhat less exciting - but then each year will get increasingly more fun. Plus you can use double sided index cards and have that many more years to write. All-in-all I love it. And then to my great surprise when my mom came for Thanksgiving, she gave me a set of index cards already cut and stamped! Fabulous. So all I had to do was get my vintage postcards and a box to put it in.
I'm still looking for a box to use. In the tutorial she uses a fruit box, but she also cut the postcards down to the size of her cards. And I really don't want to cut my postcards. I also want a box that will stand up against things like accidental spills on the counter. So I'm on the hunt for a cool yet sturdy container. But in the mean time I've got this little red and white polka dot box that it doing the job nicely. It's a bit larger than what I want, though I do like that it can hold a pen.
And last but not least I must rant about Walmart and how they messed up our Christmas cards and weren't willing to reprint them without charging me more $$ and making me wait three days. But you're the ones who messed them up, and I already paid, and I need people to get them before Christmas, you know this year! Aargh. I need to remember that I hate Walmart before I make decisions like printing my Christmas cards there. So if you get our Christmas card and think 'that it the darkest photo, I can't believe they chose that.' We didn't. And this is what the photos were supposed to look like.
Next year I am printing my own photo cards. Take that Walmart. And Merry Christmas everyone!!