Good day everyone! An early post for me today as I’m working later. It’s such a grey, miserable and wet day here in the UK but journeying through the galleries lifted my spirits! Let’s take a look at some amazing pieces of work I found…

Opening up with Growing Up by taxed4ever, I love the riot of colour and carefree feeling of this page. Bold background brushwork with a statement black stamp, delicate florals and pretty butterflies add spice to this layout and the perspective of the photo adds to the fun element of this project. Love this!

One of my favourite things is to add some foliage to my own pages and I love how Cristina has incorporated some pretty greens on her page entitled Somehow . Again, some nice background brushwork adds interest and the soft yellow and peach colour combination works beautifully with the photo. Finished off with the understated title work, this page is a winner!

And now for something really fun! Cartoon Grandkids by carollee is just priceless! I love the ‘noticeboard’ design with the series of images nicely pinned while carefully chosen elements and terrific journaling round off the page nicely. What a fun way to record the faces of little ones that will be awesome to look back on in years to come – I can only imagine how they all loved seeing their cartoon images! Wonderful!

This Girl by Blackkathy is a feast for the eyes with layer upon layer, perfectly shadowed and placed, providing a great spot for the pretty image. Nicely balanced with florals and ribbon detail top right and bottom left corners, I love the monotones of this project while the tilt of the stitched frame and the retro title font add that girly glamour to the beautiful photo. Stunning!

Another fun and carefree page is Inner Child by Mother Bear. Blended backdrop images always work well with an off-centre, vertical design and I love the colour palette that makes this page so easy on the eye. Once again, pretty florals have been used to anchor the framed images and the mix of word art and word strips makes the page flow beautifully. An amazing, feel-good page!

Rounding up this post is So Much Love by JenEm. Scenic pages are amongst some of my very favourites, I just don’t do them as well as this myself! Terrific blending overall and the texture at the bottom of this project make is so wall worthy and the minimalistic elements are just the right touch. A calming and delightful piece of work!

I hope you’ve enjoyed my choices for today and that they inspire you to create a page of your own. When you have a moment, click on the links above and leave a comment or two for the artists, I know they will appreciate your time and thoughtfulness. Till next time, take care and happy scrapping!

8 thoughts on “Finger Pointing – March 23rd

  1. Oh my goodness Liz! What a pleasant surprise to be included with these other gorgeous layouts! Thank you so much, I am honored!

  2. Wonderful surprise to see my page featured with all of these beautiful pages. Thank you so much, Liz. Congrats to all the other artists featured in this post.

  3. Such a wonderful surprise to see my page featured here with all these other gorgeous layouts! Thank you so much Liz and congrats to everyone else!

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