Happy Friday, Rachael here wrapping up another week. Hope this finds you all ready to get out and Explore and create some Grand Adventures. We have been realing in the much needed sunshine, now we are expecting snow and another blast of winter – Yea, the winter that never ends. Thankfully, I did found some warmth in the galleries, so Let’s Go Checkout these gorgeous layouts!
This first layout stopped me dead in my stroll Never Stop Exploring by Rachie Babe. This layout has soooo much to take in and is absolutely stunning! The stacked papers behind the photo with the fringed edges are so beach beautiful with the netting and soft colors bring the “beachy” feel and couldn’t be a more perfect choice for that photo! The composition and sweet element touches are so lovely – Totally Gorgeous Layout
This next layout is simply a place you would want to retreat to Trapani by dwsewbiz is simply a Beautiful composition of photos. Notice the all the details with the texture and blending. I love the addition of the birds to her background mimicking those in her photo – this is a wonderful and cohesive page. – Just Beautiful!
Bonding by Trish – Ohhh how super fun is this next layout – This layout is stacked with tons of Total Smashing goodness, Popping color layered with Gorgeous clusters, and elements accent this super layout. Everything has visual balance with a touch of grungy and dreaminess with the awesome brush work. Lovely journaling capturing this fun moment. This is one fabulous page! Wow!
Route Wales 2018 by Lego This next layout is from one of my favorite scrappers, her attention to details of events is so creative and amazing. Here she has laid out her travels in orderly fashion with coordinating papers – I love the popping title! A smashing ‘travel’ page! — Fabulous Photo-less Layout!!
Fort Edmonton Park by Jennifer Fehr – Ohh my this layout has so many details, you will keep looking and looking, she manages to squeeze a lot on this page without it appearing cluttered. The combination of journal cards and photos tell a visual story. The clusters are perfectly placed and support her fabulous collage of photos, wonderful memories to scrap and remember the past – Beautifully Done, Jennifer
The Makerville Manifesto by Elainem – The artist has done a fabulous job with her title work and expressing her message. I love that she duplicated her title from that super photo. Fabulous job with the mixed title work and vertical text, they work well against the muted tones in the color palette. Super journaling – A terrific page!
Those are my picks for today, I hope you have enjoyed them as much as I have sharing them with you.
Wishing you all a Happy Weekend – Scrap-On you fabulous scrappers!
Rachael ~ myssp