This is such an inspiring time of year and I’m betting that everyone wishes they had more time to sit down and do some scrapping or journaling or maybe to design a bit of digital art. If you’re like me, it’s the perfect way to start your day, or for that matter, to relax at the end of a long day. This morning I was up early. With a cup of tea by my side, I took a leisurely stroll through the galleries, and these are the pages I’d like to share with you today.
This is such a pretty corner design with plenty of white space and some winter favorites like pine branches, a christmas tree and snow. I really like the small bits of color and the black splatters. The simple wordart at the bottom is perfect. As I gaze at this piece of art, it sort of gives me a warm and fuzzy feeling.
Here is another festive page in a more traditional scrapbook style. The photo is adorable and it does look like the girls are getting into the Christmas spirit! I like the stack of papers behind the photo with just a hint of blue and green grunge. Finishing if off nicely is a festive cluster and a bit of documenting the memories.
I can’t start with anything but . . . how cute is this baby!? She just makes me smile! (I’m guessing it’s a girl because of the bow on the headband) The lightly patterned paper looks great for this design. I love those bold stars, the side clusters and sticker title. Am I the only one that wants to do a lift? This is a total winner for me.
I’m totally in love with this vertical design in circles filled with patterns, wordart, shapes and grunge, not to mention the brushwork. Love that underlined title with the journaling below too. The single photo really stands out in the best way possible.
The photo and photo treatment is gorgeous here. I like the almost monotone color scheme with small pieces of patterns skillfully arranged for interest. Other than that – I’ve seen “grimace” a time or two while trying to photograph my own boys. You never know what you’re going to get, but they’re all part of the subjects character. Personally, I think it’s adorable.
This is a great multi photo page dedicated to Luther and his first trip to the Jersey Shore. Lucky guy! I love the flow of this page and the blending is great. I like the large photo being part of the background. The scattered shells and stitching are nice touches, and the odd sized alpha title is perfect.
That’s it for me today folks. I hope you’ve enjoyed these scrapbook pages and digital art pieces. You can get a closer look by clicking on the title. Till next time, keep creating and have a great day!