December Daily · disney · scrapbooking

december daily, days 13 and 14

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The 13th is our last full day at Walt Disney World. We spent much of the day at Animal Kingdom, but we were really all over the place, trying to get everything in. The top is a 4×6 photo of us on the safari ride that I cut into two and slipped into the 3×4 pockets. On the back of the gold foil messy circle from day 12, I used the Kelly Purkey stamp. The 3×4 journaling card is from the Paisley Press mini kit and I stamped “love this” from the December Calendar stamp set. I took this photo from the lobby at the Grand Floridian lobby and loved it so much I wanted it to be big! I added the chipboard 13 from the main kit along with a gold foil messy circle.

On this, our last full day at WDW, we headed to Animal Kingdom. The safari is always a favorite and we weren’t disappointed. Our final dinner was at The Yachstman — mainly because we couldn’t get a reservation at Le Cellier. Although not quite as good it was a wonderful way to end our trip.

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I didn’t actually take that many photos the next day; our day of travel back home. As we were flying over the Sierra Nevada mountain range, I was struck by the huge amount of snow covering them. This is a rare sight indeed, given our last MANY years of drought.  The “December 14” is from the December Calendar stamp set. I journaled directly onto the “be jolly” card from the main kit and used the page protectors as a guide to punch holes into it. I used avery index tabs on the side and then labeled them with the  Christmas Phrases stamp set.

Ah, what a great December vacation. Disney is always magical — at Christmastime even more so. So much fun spending time with Dawn and our travel buddy Kenny. Favorites of the trip: our beautiful one-br room at the Grand Floridian — all of the themed Christmas decorations at every resort and park — Candlelight Processional — buying Star Wars art — watching Tracy speed around on her scooter — listening to all the comments ppl made as she passed.

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