Hello to everyone, and thanks for joining me for today’s Gallery Standouts.  The galleries are filling up with lots of oranges, yellows, golds, and reds in honor of this wonderful autumn season that is upon those of us in a 4-season world, not to mention those of us who are getting ready to celebrate Halloween.  As always, there was no shortage of eye candy today.  Here are my top 6 choices in various colors and styles.

capturing october by sylvia

We have had many October mornings that look exactly like this.  It’s a beautiful capture of a day in the season.  I like the background which seems to match the mood of the photo, and the minimal bits of soft blue elements.  The grungy page framing adds so much to the overall look, and the simple title says it all.

Beautiful Autumn by MaggieMae

With the addition of just the right background paper and seasonal photos, this layered template was turned into a work of art.  Wouldn’t this look great hanging on a wall for the autumn months?  What a great design.

Hide and Seek by joyg

This is such a beautiful work of art.  The brushwork and elements surrounding that adorable little owl are perfectly placed and the overall look is perfection.

Highlands by magnolia2907

Everything about this page is beautiful, from the photo to the blending to the clustering and choice of colors, elements and brushes.  In a word – perfect.

Venice Backwaters by profolly

The first thing that stands out is the photo treatment, and then the scene itself.  I love the splatters of color and bits of text with a healthy dose of white space below.  I also like the thin font used in this title.  Every picture tells a story.  Isn’t that the truth?

Catrific by EHStudios

Oh my, isn’t this adorable?   This is an excellent example of minimal, right down to the tiny kitten in the photo.  I just love this!  The fun (almost) circles in various colors in this horizontal design look great, especially with the black specks, and the addition of those two tiny kittens to help frame the photo is super cute and playful.   This page had to be so fun to play with.

I hope you’ve enjoyed these selections and maybe they’ve even inspired you to do some scrapping of your own.  How about a scraplift of one of them?  I have my eye on one of them to lift real soon.  If you have some time, won’t you please take a closer look in the galleries and maybe even leave some positive feedback for these artists and scrappers?

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