2017 Documented Life Project: June
In this dreary January weather, let's celebrate June with my June spreads for the Documented Life Project! Last week of May/first week of June above ... took that photo at the bus stop with my girlies. Called it Converse-ation. Get it?
The second week of June included our annual trip to Boca Grande, so I popped some pictures from the trip in some photo sleeves.
Close up of that week's art journaling side. These carrots just spoke to me and I've had these fish swimming around for a while. I must have been hungry!
That top left photo is my favorite of Sarah from the trip. It was totally caught by accident. I was just checking my camera settings, and poof!, there she was. Beautiful.
I have an embarrasingly large collection of old postcards that I flip through every once in a while. This one just screamed Boca Grande to me.
This little pup jumped out at me from a magazine page, so I created a spread around him focusing on my love of shelter pets.
The tail end of June found us scalloping in Steinhatchee. It was the first time for me and the girls, and I loved it! I will admit that my competitive nature got the best of me gathering up those little buggers. Very fun!
I closed out the month using a Brave Girls Club postcard as the focal point. You can see the rest of my 2017 Documented Life Project here, see 2016 here, 2015 here, and 2014 (still my all-time favorite) here. Thanks to the ladies at Art to the 5th for the inspiration! Thanks for stopping in!