Good Monday morning! Tonya here today to share a layout that I made with the idea of a summer bucket list in mind. Instead of creating a large list of things we wanted to do all summer, I decided to create a smaller bucket list.
Every year, the day after school gets out, my husband takes our three older boys and goes with my father in law to North Dakota. That leaves my daughter and I home alone for about 10 days (I know, POOR ME ;) ) The day the boys took off we sat down and made a bucket list of all of the things that she wanted to do while they were away.
I had to do a little altering for the chip board file tab in the above photo. The original piece of chipboard was meant for a date, but it had a space for the month, day and date. Since our photos spanned over a weeklong period I just wanted to document the month and year.
I didn't have much room for journaling so I opted to add my journaling around the outer edges of my washi frame. The numbers in my journaling match the numbers that I placed on the photos.
Do any of you have a summer bucket list? I usually am not one to use this many photos on a layout, but found that a bucket list was the perfect way to incorporate a large number of pictures. We'd love to see your bucket list layouts!