I’ve finally managed to set aside time to do some of my own scrapping and it’s been great to join in with everybody in the galleries and while I was there today, here’s a handful that I’d like to give a shout out to…

I love pages like MAR CL – Scraplift by nhudao but for me to create something like this, I’d really have to think way outside of my creative box! This page is beautiful with its soft and gentle tones and the oodles of white space, while pretty little embellishments adorn the photo. So lovely!

Sketchings with a dash of coloured embellishments always make for a super page and Early Morning Walks by AJM is wall worthy! I love the unusual element choice and I really do wish this was on my early morning walk… splendid!

Torn edges are another of my favourites and I love how Jill has nestled in lots of pretty florals to frame the photo and journaling on her page, Fly. Great layers with perfect shadowing add depth and dimension to this wonderfully coordinated page!

I’m intrigued by Week 4 – Art Journal Means to Me by Janisn. I personally have never worked with products like these (and if I’m honest, I wouldn’t know where to start, such is my limited creativity) but I love how cohesive this page is with its unusual elements and striking colour palette. Fun and interesting!

Repetition always works well on a page and Be You by Sylvia is a fine example. The rings overlap beautifully and I love the soft patterned papers and delicate detail that compliment the photo’s. A really neat page!

Be That Girl by marijke is a wonderful, dramatic looking page that stopped me mid scroll with it’s great design, dark backdrop and rich, sultry tones. Absolutely love this!

I hope you’re inspired by my picks for today. when you get a spare moment, please click on the links above and leave a comment or two for the artists. Till next time, take care and happy scrapping!

3 thoughts on “Finger Pointing – March 29th

  1. YAY!!! Thank you Liz for highlighting one of my layouts in the Gallery Standouts for March 29th! Super happy!
    Congratulations to the others.

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