I hope you’re enjoying your weekend! Kate here with another round up of some of the layouts out there in the galleries today:
Great mixture of blended and layered photos, I love all the circles and the little bird stamp is the perfect finishing touch.
I really like layouts like this that capture a snapshot of everyday life, I try and record my children’s favourite things every birthday but it’s easy to forget about the grown ups. Great journalling and composition here with the frames up the side, and a fun page to look back on in a few years time.
cayla73’s altered (hybrid) birdhouse
I will admit to having a bit of a “thing” about birdhouses, especially when they are as pretty as this. Such a fun project that I am sure lots of little (and some big) girls out there would love to own.
I managed to bookmark this twice while searching for today’s gallery picks! I think it’s the rainbow that drew me to this page over and over, there’s such a great contrast bewteen the dirty neutral paper and the pops of colour in the rainbow and photos, the whole thing reminds me of a glimpse of sunlight on a dull day.
justka77’s Feel The Beat
This lept out at me from the gallery, there are quite a few layouts out there with this kit but this was the one that “spoke” to me the most. I love that spotlight and the ambiguity between the moon and the lit windows, there’s something almost surreal about this that makes me keep looking.
Hot pink, black and white – yum. I love the graphic feel here combined with the “real” sequins and stitching. This could be a poster!
This is so beautifully composed so you are such drawn straight to that beautiful little face just peeking out from the bed and that frame – I keep looking into those eyes! Wonderful neat design.
That carefree candid photo makes this page for me!
ThereseRydstrom’s still matters
Another page with a great photo, cleverly positioned right on the edge of the frame to make sure it gets our attention. I really like the enigmatic journalling / titlework, it makes me wonder what it was that mattered then (and now).