December Daily 2014 freebie

Yes, I'm back for December scrapbooking. It seems the December daily project is the only thing getting me to scrapbook these past few years but I'm really enthusiastic about it once again.

Of course I wasn't quite up to date yet. Last year I wanted to get going on my 2012 album. I'd taken the photos and written the journaling but for that I'd used an online service that I then discovered had shut down. Bye bye journaling. I was disheartened. I did take,pics and do all the journaling for 2013, and made a cover, but that's as far as I got. So a few weeks ago I made a plan. I made 6 collages that summarized 2012's December to add to the 2013 album. Print, stick them in, done! I also selected and printed all the 2013 photos. I've got the first 5 pages done completely. Hopefully it's all done before December 2014 ends.

So yesterday I was just looking around for some date tags, preferably cuttable on the silhouette, for this year's album when I thought maybe I could make something myself. I wanted to include the weekday this time. I downloaded an app called inkpad to my iPad and started drawing. I decided to make tags.

 

 

I am still deciding between Dutch and English so I made both. I loved making something on the iPad that I can cut using the silhouette. I might do more designing someday and start a little shop for digi files but for now I'd like to share the December daily 2014 tags with you.

The tags are numbered 1-31 and available in svg, dxf, and PDFs (red, green and black). Svg can be opened in silhouette studio designer edition, but I just have the basic silhouette studio, so I used Inkscape on my pc to convert it to dxf, which can be opened in the basic studio version.

I included a slightly larger tag in the svg/dxf that you can stick behind the number tags.

Here's the links for the files, feel free to share, just link to this blog post please, not the direct download, so your friends know where it came from.

English number tags (svg, dxf, PDFs)

Dutch number tags (svg, dxf, PDFs)

 

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