I am guessing a lot of you are in the final run up to the big day itself.
There are so many aspects to Christmas - the religious celebration, the carols, the cards, the presents, family and friends and ... of course ... food.
I am not the world's best cook ... by any stretch ... but food is such a part of the festivities that it does need to feature for me.
When you are recording your Christmas, record the food too. Remember to take some photos of your cooking preaparations, of the finished dishes, of the family enjoying the meal.
I have some ideas which may inspire you ... all about food.
When you can, take time to think about the lighting so the food looks mouth-wateringly good, just like it did on the day.
Last year we had one of Marks and Spencers special golden Christmas puddings - and it looked spectacular. I just HAD to record it.
It came with it's own cold dust so I wanted glittered letters - just Thickers with gold embossing powder.
I don't always remember, but try and take a photo of the feast just about to begin. I love the look of pride on Rob's face as he presents the carved turkey to us all.
and don't forget those all important preparations. Get someone to snap you at work.This was making the Christmas cake.
I hope you will enjoy scrapping as well as eating your Christma food this year.
Wishing you all the blessings of the season.