Ho ho holy guacamole! We are well into December, and for a lot of us, we’re walking, running or driving in snow. Thankfully not a lot of it here, but definitely enough that we need to slow our roll. I have enjoyed strolling through the galleries today and found so many wonderful winter pages. These are the beauties that made the cut:
Babies in a Santa hat always make me smile, and these photos are simply precious. Everything is nicely placed. I like the santa title and cute elements throughout, including that great edge overlay.
The sharp to soft focus on the photo is gorgeous. I like the appearance of the hand written note, which is spot on. The weather can change in a matter of a few minutes here in the north, so we just have to take it as it comes. I like the vintage look to the paper with bits of white lace, and the colorful clusters on both sides of the page really draw your eye to the center. Very pretty!
I’m going to call this style . . . artsy clean. The overall appearance to me is definitely clean. Not a lot of fuss, except for a few extra elements along with some brush work in the vertical direction, but it’s that little bit of extra that makes all of the difference here. The fact that it’s a pink winter page makes it even more attractive. Love the white space too with the gray shading behind the photo.
I love the small pieces of patterned paper on the side and lots of white paper on the other. The polaroid framing is a nice touch, and the winter photos look very nice, especially with the winter stamp in the upper corner. The scattered snowflakes look great and the shadowing is perfect. This is such a pretty winter page!
This is such a pretty winter page, with a unique blend of orange and beige colors. The wide square frame looks very nice, and of course the photo is delightful. Great shadow work and I also like the grungy look to the background. Every time I look at it I see something different. Simply gorgeous!
Everything about this holiday page is adorable! I love all of the elements layered in her makeshift headdress. The smile on her face matches mine. *big smile* Great texturing too. I like the dark background because it makes those splatters and white snowflakes pop. Fun fun fun. It seems like some of the best pages come from challenges. I’m looking forward to watching this season brings.
That’s it for today, friends. I hope you have enjoyed these selections, and I hope they have inspired you to take some time to keep those memories alive. Happy Holidays from me to you!