Welcome to today’s edition of Finger Pointing on the Gallery Standouts blog. I’m Joanna (cutiejo1 in digi world) and ready to show you a few awesome pages I found in the galleries today!


The Spot by Glori2

These photos are just so phenomenal and breathtaking. The layered and torn papers add such great texture. The clusters are really beautiful and put together so well.


Life is a Gift by Scrappie Irene

What an eye catching layout!  I’m mesmerized by that photo and the blending on the background. The paint covering part of the face and then flowing down the page is just gorgeous. And of course, I love the clustering and layering.


MOC9_26 – love of my life by amanadaresende

The pop of colors on the white background really attracted me to this page in the gallery. The layers and mix of paint brushes and splatters in the various colors along with the black and white photo really elevate this page. The mix of fonts and alpha on that large title is a huge standout as well. And the shadowing on the photo is just divine! 


MOC9_Jan26_DesighOnAnAngle by theadjungle

Wow, what an amazing and creative work of art! I love these bright water colored strips woven together and shadowed just beautifully. The woman’s face and the title/journal card is a great addition.


Look Up by RoxanaTc

Oh my….the white word art shaped as an air balloon?….so fantastic! And the white on white is amazing. The touches of yellow paint on the background really help bring out the yellow in the photo. The elements are simple, yet perfect for this page, letting that word art do all the heavy lifting. 


Life is Better in Pajamas by tammybean04

This is such a delightful page! The beautiful layering and clustering is quite eye catching on the dark background. The text over the photo is a creative way to journal. Fun word art adds the perfect touch.


Well, that’s it for me today. Hope you find some time today to dig into the galleries and find some inspiration of your own. And until next time, happy scrapping!

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