Raise your hand if you woke up this morning and said to yourself, "OMG! Only 9 more days!" Just me, then? I sat down and composed a list of the tasks that I need to complete by next Friday (next Friday? Aaaaaaahhhhh!!!!), and felt a bit (understatement!!!) overwhelmed. So, what is the first thing I did? Address a Christmas card? Wrap a present? Why, I scrapped the feeling, of course! (My new motto: when in doubt, make a layout. Smile )


The numbers that make up the tree could either be how much time is left to get the task done, or they could be the sheer number of each task yet to do; either way works in my case, as I am quite behind this year. (I say "this year" like this year is somehow different than last year...) I've read that every layout should have a date on it, but after thinking about it, I wondered why I even bothered in this case, as I will probably be able to use the same layout next year.


I was going to add one more task to my list--"Valium to take"--but I didn't want anyone to worry. Smile


Okay, I'd better get started on that list...and if you think of anything that I might have forgotten to add to my list, don't tell me! Smile


Credits
Anna Aspnes
Magic Sparkle Overlays No. 02
Magic Sparkles Brush Set (for putting a sparkle under the clock at the top of the tree)


Jesse Edwards
Christmas Whimsy Solids Paper Pack


Pattie Knox
Absolutely Acrylic: Clockworks
Fanciful Felt Ribbons and Trim: Countdown


Fonts: Boring Showers, 1942 Report


TFL and Happy Holidays!