Happy Saturday! I hope you’re spending the day doing something that you love. I’ve been contemplating sewing machines today and I’m so tempted to click on that buy button. It’s been a while since I sewed but I’m looking for another creative outlet – not that I have the time but hey, that doesn’t matter, right? It’s probably best I sleep on it and see if I still wake with the passion tomorrow… in the meantime, let me share some gorgeous pieces of work that I found in the galleries today!
Opening up today is Soco_Cards&WordsNo8_FranGardner by frani_54. Such an amazing backdrop and I love all the random stitching. The cute photo works well with the neutral tones, while the gentle shadowing adds a little depth. The word art finishes off this page nicely and is the perfect message to us all! Awesome page!
I just couldn’t resist Stardust by Scrappie Irene. Pretty floral clusters, shadowed perfectly, adorn the adorable photo’s and the beautiful pink and green tones are just so dreamy. And, as a lover of word art, this word art is to die for! An amazing page that is so eye catching!
I love it when an artist gets creative with their photography and a great way to attract attention is with the perspective of the image. Encourage by sylvia is a wonderful mix of playful and powerful and spanning the image across a frame trio works perfectly to add impact while the minimalist colour palette keeps everything beautifully casual. Stunning!
Girls Just Wanna Have Fun by Scraptious is a shining example of great page design with all that lovely white space. I love how the photo is framed with the brushwork and florals and the colour palette that packs a punch. And sheesh! You’ve just gotta love that sass! Wonderful!
A gorgeous “about me” page is Moment by Anke. I love how light this page is with just a dash of colour here and there and how it flows beautifully from left to right. Dainty elements, lovely word art and a short and sweet journaling block finish this page off perfectly! Love this!
Coastal pages always make me *sigh*. Especially those that have a glorious backwash of watery tones like Beach Photo by Joansmor. I love the framing of the blended image, the simple title work and the complete sense of peacefulness this work of art displays. Absolutely gorgeous!
I do hope you’ve enjoyed the gorgeous pieces of art that I brought to the table today and I hope they inspire you to create a page or two of your own. When you have a moment, please click on the links about and leave a comment or two for the artists – I know they will appreciate your time. Till next time, take care, stay safe and I’ll see you in the galleries!