I can’t believe that it’s already October – and it’s finally FALL!! This is my favorite time of the year, and my very favorite color palette to scrap with as well!! I’m having a ball scouring galleries, and I tell you – it was hard to pick just 6 to share with you. Let’s go!!!
I’ve got a hankering for candy, so I think it’s time to stop at The Sweet Shoppe for some sweets!!
Hello Fall from the Park by mywisecrafts
What a gorgeous page!!! The pictures are surrounded by so much piley goodness! The shadowing is just perfect, and the little flowers, newspaper, and frames peeking through are perfect to draw your eye to the photos! The monarch butterfly drew me in as I am a total sucker for any butterfly anywhere!!
Next stop in digi-land is Katie Pertiet Designs. There were so many to choose from, but this one stood out to me.
I am always in awe of people who can make pages that look like I could just grab them off the screen!! I love her journaling and I never would have thought to scrap about tomatoes. The shadowing makes the page just pop. I love how each element is hanging off the edge, which contributes to it looking like it’s a photo of a real album.
I think it’s time for some cookies…so I’m cruising GingerScrap’s Gallery to find a yummy page to share with you!
Ok, so it’s not yummy and good to eat, but it sure is cute and adorable! I love the sweet photo of her cat, and then all these fun kitties all over the page! The shadowing is wonderful, and the teeny flowers bring a pop of color to this whimsical page!
Hopping down the digital freeway, let’s go ahead and stop at the Lily pad and see what Froggy Favorite we can find to showcase!!
I am always fascinated by how people can do all these paint piles!! I love the way that the newspaper looks like papier maché and how she’s blended all these paper and paint elements to make a very visually interesting background. Keeping the photo in black and white actually makes it stand out more. The pops of yellow and blue are perfect to make it a cohesive work of art!
Our next stop is Pickleberry Pop. One of the things I love about this gallery is that it is full of the most beautiful flowers and foliage! Add Fall to it and I’m spending hours drooling!
Ok, so I saw little Cami and that was it. This little red-headed tot just warmed my heart! Glori used her elements and paints sparingly, and it was just perfect for this page. I love the dotted paint and the cluster of flowers. The background is perfect and it feels like everything she did frames this adorable photo!
Well, here we are at our last stop. I hope you have enjoyed our jumping through digi land. Let’s see what the Digital Scrapbooking Studio has to offer us on our last stop:
Doesn’t this picture just make you want to giggle and grab that cute little face and kiss his cheeks? And pet that doggie??? Oh – what a perfect picture and it’s showcased so beautifully!! The green mask surrounds the photo, and the green leaves in the piley collage ties everything in. I love the quote, and the splashes of paint. GREAT JOB!!!
Ok – that’s it for me!! I hope you enjoyed the trip through digiland with me!