Good evening, everyone! Happy Thursday!!! It’s always good to sit back and browse the galleries, but tonight it was so, so needed after a long week – thank goodness tomorrow is Friday!
I found some wonderful goodies this evening, so let’s take a look at these beauties.
I thought we would start out with a bang and this layout fits the bill! I just love, love everything about it! The sassy lady, the wonderful poem and all of the fabulous background elements. Don’t you love the wooden floor she put in at the bottom and the flowers in the lady’s hand? She really created a wonderful piece of inspiration to all of us. Well done!
I was intrigued by the beautiful word art title when I first saw this layout, and it drew me in to take a closer look. I just love all her paper and paint elements! Everything here is unexpected, just like her photo and journaling! It’s a mixture of differing papers, paints, elements and fonts – but it all works together to make us feel happy! Wonderful!
Woot, woot! Oscraps is up and running again and that means their gallery is there to peruse. I found this beauty today – I just LOVE blended travel photos and this photo brings up such wonderful Italian memories for me. I love her fabulous photo treatment and how she used paints and stains to blend it into the paper. But my favorite part is the line scribbles she used around the edges of the paper. Beautiful!
I love arrows! And this layout caught my eye right away with it’s wonderful blend! I love her selection of papers – they all go together so fabulously. But it’s the beautiful clustering around the photo that make it a stand out for me. Her selection of of hearts and swirls all go together to make a fantastic focal point! Fabulous!
I. LOVE. THIS. Isn’t this the most wonderful, thing, ever???!! Loads of luscious reds, textures and doodads! Such an explosion of artsy wonderfulness! And that wonderful B&W photo! It expressed such love and joy for the little dog that you want to reach in and hug him! Seriously, I love her use of black, white and read, and all of the different word art she used. It expressed an explosion of joy and love – and it makes the viewer happy! Wonderful!
Lastly, I bring you this beautiful layout by Katie Pertiet. At first, I thought she had loads of ribbons going across the page, and but now I take a closer look they may be rubber bands. But regardless, it is a masterpiece of pink beauty. I love how she intertwined the photos amongst the bands, and sprinkled butterflies around. And, of course, her beautiful painted floral sketch in the background makes everything lovely. Just gorgeous, Katie!
That’s it for tonight! Happy scrapping!