A fine end to a beautiful weekend, browsing the digital galleries looking for pages that I love! You don’t really have to look very far, it seems that all of the galleries are filled to the brim with fall colors, crisp photos and smiling faces.
It just screams out fall doesn’t it? I love the whimsical title placement, the pops of orange with the neutrals, the way the clusters intertwine. And the shadowing on those butterflies is divine!
It’s a gorgeous reminder that age is only a number. We need to stop thinking that each passing year merely makes us older and realize that it makes us wiser, more interesting and infinitely more unique. I love the blending, the dark colors framing the edges and how they are combined with the horizontal bands of color and word art.
So much to love about this page – the wood background echoing the texture from the tree in the photo, the golden tones of the bokeh, the paint splatters under those amazing floral clusters, the comparison of the photos, that sweet smile! Truly a gorgeous page!
This is a gorgeous mix of pattern and scale with the papers and those clusters make me swoon! I like the page design, how it flows from upper left through the photos, the story and the two-part title. The shimmer of gold combined with the deep brown of the background and the jewel tones of the papers and elements is a slightly different take on the traditional fall color palette and it’s lovely.
I love seeing traditions documented in our scrapbook albums! In my family, like Cheryl’s, making pumpkin pies is a ritual performed several times over each fall. You can never make just one and trying to get that crust perfectly browned is an art. This is a wonderful story to have recorded for future generations who will, I’m sure, also have fond memories of baking with family at the holidays. I love the sequence of photos to tell the story, the tilted and stacked frames, the tucked bits and the “dripping pie filling”. It’s fun to Watch Cheryl Scrap it, too!
I love the cut-outs and how she tucked the framed photo back behind. I like the stamped shapes used in combination with the multiple shapes in the cut-outs. Really like the mix of the black and white photo with that bright pink and yellow she used, a crisp and cool color palette. It’s almost like a shadowbox… I love the way the page turned out.
I hope I’ve found a page or two that inspire you tonight. Click through to the scrapper’s galleries and share the love!