So here we are, the last day of the month of May… how is that even possible?! We’re all doing our best to capture the stories, document the memories and record everyday life despite time passing at an alarming rate and here’s some shining examples that I found in the galleries today…
Upside Down by Shannamay is such a fun page! Love the cute images on the perfectly shadowed layers of each cluster and the quote that links the two is perfect! Totally love this!
Sahlin May Challenge by lulyg14 is a travel page with a difference. I love how it’s created in a calendar format and the images provide a great account of the days’ journey. Great use of patterned paper too! Lovely!
I always enjoy an alternative way of pocket scrapping and Week 21 by Scrapping with Liz is a fine example. Love how colourful this is and just how un-uniform (is that even a word?!) it is compared to the usual weekly scrapping layouts. Eye catching, for sure!
I always stop to take a look at monochrome pages and I find Pondering by smith intriguing. Love the artsy-ness and the blends, smudges and scribbles that make this page 100% wall worthy! Amazing!
Diggin’ Up Worms by Ernie88 is a wonderfully designed page. Love how the corner detail keeps my eye on the page and the brush work and colour palette is gorgeous. Split journaling adds great interest and I love the textured title work. A terrific page!
Look by Erin2 is such a cohesive page with its soft tones and mix of elements. I love how bright, breezy and refreshing this is and how the backdrop mimics the cloudy blue sky in the image. Beautiful!
I hope you’ve enjoyed these fine pieces of work and that they inspire you to document some stories of your own. When you get a moment, please click on the links above and leave a comment or two for the artist… it’s always appreciated. Till next time, take care and happy scrapping!