Photo Diary – Mid-Autumn Festival

Here is a double page about the day of Mid-Autumn Festival.

My mum didn’t buy Mooncake for many years already, because I and my hubby can get a few boxes for free every year, she just came and got one home and tasted it herself. This year, she didn’t ask me to give her one, but she came to my house for dinner and I cut her a piece to taste, I don’t know why she kept saying that the Mooncake was too sweet but she was putting the Mooncake into her mouth?

The other thing I’ve done during this Mid-Autumn Festival was to eat sweet soup, which is a must every year. I ordered online and just wait at home to be delivered, it is so easy now in Hong Kong to order meals online, I can order whatever I like, pizza, noodles, rice, Taiwan cuisine……

On this double page, I placed a piece of torn paper at the bottom of each page but in different colours, and I also mat the photos with white paper, they popped up the photos perfectly. To make the page simple, I didn’t add a lot of stickers but only a few washi tape and two flower stickers.

I love the colourful alpha stickers which make this double page lively.

Here is the sketch for today:

2 responses to “Photo Diary – Mid-Autumn Festival”

  1. Wow, that’s pretty cool that you have such creative journal entries, and then you share your template too. What a great idea. I love seeing how people journal differently, as I myself am a words type of person, so I only write huge walls of text. Anyway, thanks for sharing!

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    • Thank you so much, Stuart, glad you like it. I am definitely not a words person, and I was a scrapbooker making layouts, so most of my photo diary pages are decorated with papers and stickers. I am now trying to include my drawings in my photo diary and will share them later on the blog. Thanks again for your cheers.


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