Good Monday Morning and Happy New Year. I’ll just say I’m excited to be back on the blog with my first post for the new year. The galleries are overflowing with beautiful projects. It’s Beatrice and here are my picks for today.

Carpe Every Diem by fruitysuet

I found many pages in the gallery using this creative, challenge technique and this one really popped for me. I like the repeated photo in both simple, framed and grid style. Adding the paper to the grid is a clever touch and the paper strips down the side help to frame the page. The title and sequin scatter finish the page off just right.

January 2020 Passport to Change 8-Quote by jaye

This is such a lovely white space page. The vertical flow moves the eye down the page. I really like the clipped pieces at the top with the brushwork behind. The grid created in the center of the page reflects the layout topic perfectly. No question remains about the artist’s future plan.

6.MOC8 by dkane

The page design used in this page is quite appealing. The staggered circles combined with the torn papers add so much dimension. The photos are just adorable and showcased perfectly here. The stitched banner is the ideal finishing touch.

love is in the air by lizj

I first saw this page on Facebook and knew I wanted to feature it on the blog. The split page design is just brilliant as a foundation for the stacked photo cluster. Turning one of the photos to black and white draws the eye to it. The paper flowers with the pencil sketched flowers and the doilies are fitting to the theme of the layout. The photos are outstanding.

Magical Solitude by Joansmoar

This is such a serene page. I like the combination of the masked photo with the framed photos placed on top. The whimsical title-work works so well and the brushed heart and holly are skillfully placed on an empty spot in the photo. Adding the journaling both vertically and horizontally helps to frame the photos. The shadows are impressive.

New Year 2020 by Ann-Sofie

I was delighted to find this hybrid page among the many goal-setting pages scattered throughout the galleries. I like the pops of color combined with the black and white. The tag tucked behind the word sticker and row of word strips is artfully placed. This is a simple yet very engaging project.

I’ve come to the end of my post and as always I ask that if you have a minute or two you click through the links and leave these well deserving artists some love. Thanks and have a great week.

3 thoughts on “Finger Pointing – January 6th

  1. I love that you included my page but feel the real credit goes to Anna Aspnes for crediting such wonderful templates for her aA Project 2019.

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