Hello and welcome to my GSO post! It feels like ages since I’ve been chatting with you all but life has been a little busy lately and I’ve been meeting myself coming back at times. But, I’m here now so let’s take a look at what popped in the gallery for me today!

Every Line Tells a Story by Shannamay is so magnificently creative! I love the bold title that graces the page unashamedly and the simple washing line from which the image hangs. This project screams to be seen and I have to say, it stopped me in my tracks today! Totally awesome!

Another fine example of bold creativity is Together by Isa Marks. Those chunky layers are just amazing and I love how the image is nestled in amongst them, protected from all else. Such an unassuming colour palette and great brushwork! Love this!

Budapest by margeda is so beautiful and I find myself wishing I could create something so wall-worthy. I love the blending here – oh how I wish I could blend – and the soft hues of the image create an air of mystery. Two pops of red and some repetitive stitching make this piece of work a stunner!

Happy by mrivas is super striking! A colour combination of yellow, black and white with a dash of teal works so well on a snow page! I love all the details here, perfectly layered and placed to give a flow through the page from top to bottom. Amazing!

Tracermajig is one of my favourite scrappers for lots of detail and for telling things like they are. Currently is an orderly fashion of coordinating papers and elements while the journaling is just so ‘this is how it is‘ and I love that the text is white! A smashing ‘about me’ page!

I was sold on Be Bold by Chaos Lounge the moment I read “be bold or italic, never regular”. I love that! A great design, a wonderful mix of elements and a super playful page that speaks volumes!

I hope you’ve enjoyed my picks for today. When you get a moment, please click on the links above and leave a comment or two for the artists. Till next time, have a great week and I’ll see you in the galleries!

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