I was up bright and early this Sunday morning browsing the digital galleries in search of gorgeous layouts thanks to the newest furry member of my family. Christmas and winter kits have hit the scrapbook shelves here recently in huge numbers and that translates into some really pretty and festive pages posted for us online. Let me get right to it:
Way to use a white background… you’d think white on white wouldn’t work but it’s oh so perfect! I love the dimension on the wreath and the holiday decorations, the words in the background to echo the red accents, the tiny bits of black for contrast. Really very classic and pretty!
Rustic and beautiful! Lovely clustering, nice mix of diminutive patterns and scale in her element choices. Just enough bling to make it feel a bit Christmasy but not overpowering. Pretty page design, I feel like no matter where you look your eyes are drawn toward the middle of the page.
Amazing extraction! This one grabs your eye in the gallery and it won’t let go! I love how she used Buddy as such an integral part of her page design, part of the vertical bands going across the page, yet still creating a nice diagonal flow as well. So very bright and festive with the pops of red and yellow!
I like the mix of blended photos and more dimensional ones. The focal photo sets up the theme for the page perfectly so that the use of more elements is unnecessary. I like the double page border and how it keeps the eye contained and on the pretty smiles in the smaller pictures.
Brrr, as someone from Florida I’m cold looking at it! Beautiful use of a winter color palette for this story. I like the implied dimension from the background paper combined with the thicker elements and stitched alpha titlework. I just love the eclectic mix of added elements and the pale blue with the yellow and gold accents. Stunning!
I love the gradient effect blending the photo into the background paper, almost adds a retro vibe. The use of the vintage elements with current photos provides an interesting juxtaposition between the past and present. I love the use of the lifted frame and stacked flowers to add dimension to the page. Very pretty!
I hope you’ve enjoyed my picks this morning! Head on into a digital gallery or two yourself today to get into the holiday spirit and spread a little joy of your own!