Good morning, afternoon or evening everyone! Jeanine here with a late GSO post. My son and a girlfriend went to the movies in a town 25 km from where we live and they didn’t like the movie (Independence Day Resurgence), so they called if I could pick them up and take them home. And I did of course, but driving up and down takes time as we all know ;). After we came home I had to still pick pages and narrow them down to the six I want to show you. So here they are!

Nothing impossible by Rollinchen A great urban page we have here, love the colors and the happy feel wich comes from the picture, supported by the message at the bottom. Nothing is impossible indeed! Love this one!

rollinchen scrapgirls

Beyond the sea by Clindoeil Another one with a great message. Look how the frames fade away into the waves here. There is quit some work done here with brushes and blendtechniques to give the page more depth and interest. Very well done!

clindoeil dst

Chatty-copy by mimisgirl Lol, I can almost hear him chatting! A wonderful mix of words and patterns here, dressed up with all the chat words. Great bold and loving page!

mimisgirl tlp

Monaco 2011 by Nath I totally love the patterned papers here, wich almost look like triangle fabric pieces stitched with a certain nonchalance to a circle. Love the messy stitches and the subtile brushes wich peek from underneath the centerpiece. Beautiful!

nath-desdigit

Picture perfect by rarou47 Sylvie always amazes me with her pages. The use of the large amount of brushes and only two colors here work very well and make it an interesting dynamic page. And of course her daughter is gorgeous here! Love it!

rarou47 sbg

Today is the day by Y_baros This one is almost divine! The picture of the sunset is wonderful and Y_baros choose lovely sweet colors to complement it. Seeing these pictures make me long for mountains, wich we don’t have over here in our flat country. Well done!

y-baros sweetshoppe

These are my choices for today! I hope you like them and please when visiting the galleries, leave the artists some love! I wish you a great Sunday and a lovely week! And for the American readers, I hope you’ll have a joyful 4th of July!

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