Busy work weeks really take it out of me these days. By Friday, my energy is drained, my ability to think straight is questionable and my creativity has left the building. So it’s been really good therapy for me to trawl the galleries tonight and admire the artwork of those that have not had this problem this past week!

I absolutely adore how dreamy Artsy Texture #2 chall by Norma is. Soft, pale yellows make this page super easy on the eye and the brushwork is appropriately delicate. So romantically beautiful!

I always enjoy seeing a cluster of photo’s and the action shots on wvfan04’s page titled Play Hard are perfect for this kind of page design and the title work is fabulously eclectic. All in all, a wonderfully balanced layout!

Bold brushwork forms the base for City Girl by artgalstyle and the mix of black and white and colour images adds interest.The banner to the bottom finishes the page of nicely and journaling directly on an image always changes up a page. Love how edgy this is!

I’ve never been to Paris nor have I ever really had the inclination until recently when I added it to my bucket list. Paris by bjthomas has confirmed my belief that I HAVE to go! Love how the vertical gallery of images mirrors the height of the Eiffel Tower… a truly classic piece of work!

A sweet photo on a page always catch my eye and I enjoyed reading about Beef Week on pmjames’ page of the same name. Amazing blending of the photo to the bottom of the layout and another fine example of some great title work. Delightful!

This wouldn’t be an October post without a pumpkin page! Autumn Blessings by 01lousmith hosts a great display and the tumbling leaves and seasonal cluster compliment the photo beautifully. A terrific seasonal page!

I hope you’ve enjoyed my picks for today and that you’re inspired to document a story of your own. When you get chance, please click on the links above and leave a comment or two for the artists, I know they will appreciate it. Till next time, take care, stay safe and happy scrapping!

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.