Good evening dear scrappers and scraplovers! Jeanine here to bring you some creative works from the galleries today! And what a difference with my usual Saturdays! I can tell, there are a lot more scrappers active in the weekends! But I did manage to find some yummies for you! Let’s go!!

Table for one by Heather Prins jumped right into my visual field with those little curtains allowing to take a peek at her diningtable. The lonelyness is almost tangible. I can relate to her situation eating alone, all the kids are gone…longing for grandchildren and toys to pick up from the floor…lovely expressed!

Going places by Jopke what a deardevil this niece of Jopke is!! It’s not my cup of tea to bungeejump!! But what a gorgeous page she made, like the niece is all alone in the immense sky. Great blendwork and use of brushes and ellies!

Pick a color, any color by mugsbigsis took me in because of the mostly monochrome page with just some colors added here and there. I love the bright yellow behind the grey background and picture. Lovely page!

Something old, new, borrowed, blue by Adryane ooohhh, what a sweet and delicate page. The treatment of the picture and all the softly tinted elements and brush, fit perfect together. I love the different layers behind the picture, I’m fainting….lovely page!!

Father and daughter by Krizo documenting precious moments like these is one of the reasons why – digital – scrapping is so popular nowadays. Look at these pictures, they are priceless and the daughter will thank her mother one day she took the time to scrap these moments. Love the B&W in here, no colors needed! Wonderful!

Love stronger by Sissy Sparrows last but not least a great artjournalpage! Wow, it is hard to find a good balance making pages like these. And I think Sissy managed to find that balance very well. Using all kinds of brushes, numbers, text and pictures this one turned out perfect! A true standout! I love it!

I hope you like the pages of my choice! Give the ladies some love when visiting the galleries! See you next Saturday!

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