When it’s neither the end nor the beginning of the week, there’s something renewing about wandering the galleries looking for inspiration. It’s Beatrice and here are my picks for today.
The photos in this layout are outstanding as is the layout design. I love the vertical stack placed above the partially framed circle finished off by the blend in the corner. The gesso and paint add dimension while the journaling completes the layout in just the right way, no additional embellishments required.
The photo treatment in the large photo perfectly compliments the smaller in-color photo. I like the way the large photo divides the page in half while the slice of patterned paper is added at a slight angle behind. The large cluster surrounding the smaller photo is so pretty and I especially like the way the date tag is attached. The wood title works perfectly here both in theme and style.
At first glance this appears to be a relatively clean and simple layout but there is a lot of creativity present here. I love the partial framing of the photo as well as the reflection below. The texture of the background paper is ideal for the design. It’s interesting that the journaling mimics the framing technique explaining why a single person remains outside the box.
Apparently today’s post is all about photos because there are some more gorgeous photos displayed here. I love the simple grid design. The bits of blue watercolor in the papers emphasize the blue in the sky. I love the fragment of paper masking/paint with the heart placed on top. The right-aligned journaling is perfectly placed within the grid.
I really like how this is a pocket layout but not. The spaces are rectangular and aligned but without borders, creating a clever design. Of course the photos from behind are engaging and invite us into the layout. I like the bold title-work and the storyteller style used in the journaling.
I really like that there is a lot going on in this layout without looking cluttered. The photos are adorable of course and I like the combination of black and in-color. I like the variety of shapes, including circles, hexagons and triangles some of which are divided in half or off the edge. I like the tiny scribbles outlining the page and the bits sprinkled about. Everything about this page feels sweet to me just like the photos.
I hope you have enjoyed today’s post and if you have a minute or two, please click through the links and leave these exceptionally creative artists some love.