June saw our #12PrintsProject bloggers make the most of summer with family and friends and trips to their favourite places.
With photo art, memories can last a lifetime and In R Dream blogger, Tammy, is making sure her kids will always remember their camping trip to the Kawartha Lakes.
After one of her kids ran up the stairs and said, “Mommy I was looking at the picture of us in our hockey jerseys on the wall in the playroom and it made me happy,” Tammy knew that another Wood Print in the playroom was needed.
This time around, it was a collage of the kids riding bikes up and down the gravel roads in Emily Park.
For Nancy of Whispered Inspirations, the end of the school year is an opportunity to carry on a family tradition of taking an end-of-school photo. These photos mean so much to her family because they are an opportunity to look back and see what a difference a year can make in terms of growth, happiness, and confidence.
This year the end-of-school photos landed on her husband’s desk in the form of a Metal Print.
Prince Edward County offered Elizabeth of Frugal Mom, Eh plenty of photo opportunities, and a small field of poppies caught her eye. Just outside a church, the gentle petals of the poppies blowing in the wind created a beautiful shot she chose to showcase in a black Lacquer Frame to complement the stunning photo. Now anyone who walks through the hallways of Elizabeth’s house can also appreciate the landscapes of Prince Edward County.
In R Dream blogger wasn’t the only one whose family went camping! Tammy from My Organized Chaos and her family went to their creek property – a serene and quiet refuge from the city. Her favourite activity at their family retreat is walking along the banks of the river. And that was the setting for a photo of her daughters walking towards the sunset as the air cooled from the hot Alberta summer, which she turned into a Gallery Frame.
Who says that art walls are for only for the inside of your house? Not for Christine De Costa! She added an exterior gallery wall to her camper.
During the summer, Christine likes to sit in the outside living room with a glass of wine, waving to the neighbours as she watches her girls play. The only problem was that the wall of her camper was pure white and screaming for some decoration.
In comes Posterjack with Peel & Stick posters to transform the photos she had on her iPhone of the girls playing on water toys in Emerald Lake. Christine decided to add a blue frame around the photos to mimic the décor scheme she has inside. Glamping at its finest!
A day of playing with bubbles with her niece earned Jennifer Gibson $100 to spend on Posterjack photo art products!
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