It’s a good distraction to wander through the galleries viewing all the gorgeous projects. Of course the subject matter may bring you back to the issue at hand but regardless preserving memories, the good and the bad, is part of the process. It’s Beatrice on the blog and here are my picks for this Monday.

Stay Calm by sandra-9663

The design of this page reflects the sentiment. It’s very calming. I like the blue watercolor which works as a backdrop for the lovely jar of flowers. The quote is memorable and the doodle bit along the page edge completes the layout just right.

Hello Neighbors by tania

This page is the perfect reminder of keeping a safe distance from others. I like the way the artist combined the brackets with the arrows to represent the necessary space. The photo on the right is balanced with the cluster on the left. I like the added paper strips and buttoned up ribbon at the top.

Month in Review by LindyShay

The masked photo is a lovely background for the smaller, framed photos. I like the way the artist chose mostly home-bound activities to represent with her photos. The message to keep and or stay calm seems to be a recurring theme. The scribbles complete the page flawlessly.

Random_stayingconnected by Janisn

Oh how I love the story told by this page. I really like the way the artist used both artsy elements and papers and whimsical hand-drawn elements. The page design is pleasing and I like the single square showing off one of the daily lessons.

Priceless Memories by myssp

The framing on this project is so unique. I like the way the artist tied it up with the ribbon and string and tacked it down with the decorative hinges.  The photo is dreamy and the circle scribbles draw the eye there. The text edge repeated by the text behind some of the frame openings makes for a cohesive design.


Together_SSL by GoingtotheSun

The black and gray with pops of pink work well and create a striking page. The circle cutout framing the precious photo makes the photo the focal point. I like the way the title letters are spread apart to match the width of the photo. The dotted framing around both the photo and the page edge combine effectively to complete this standout page.

That completes my post for today. I hope you will click through the links and leave some love for these well deserving artists. My wish for you is to be safe and healthy throughout these difficult times.

5 thoughts on “Finger Pointing – April 6th

  1. Wow, Beatrice, thank you for the mention here – what a fabulous surprise – Thanks for making my day special. Congrats, to all the other gorgeous artists – fabulous picks 😉

  2. Thank you so much for including my page here!! I’m honored to be included. I really enjoyed making this page and I’m thrilled to know that someone else also enjoyed it. 🙂

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