Hello and welcome to today’s edition of Finger Pointing. It’s Joanna bringing you a few outstanding pages that I found in the galleries today. I’m so looking forward to this weekend, the first Saturday in May, when all of us will be celebrating National Scrapbook Day! Can’t wait to see what the Designers and Creative Teams will come up with next. The anticipation is killing me! lol But until that time, there is quite a lot of inspiration in the galleries, so let’s get started…
The Wall by Oldenmeade
This layout stuck right out at me while I was browsing today. The perspective of the altered photo is quite striking against the eclectic ‘wall’ of patterned papers and elements. It’s quite artsy and fun.
Smile by Natali1
What a lovely page this one is. I just love that window element and how it’s shadowed. Those pretty pink and white flowers flowing down and around is just stunning. I also love the ribbon wrap around the top patterned paper.
Little Baby Brother by Kristal
I think these photos are just too sweet. The blending is very eye catching on the cream background paper. The use of the frames and how they are placed really draws your eye directly to the photos. I like the mixed font/alpha title and tiny clusters throughout.
The Key to Joy by jak
What a wonderful photo with beautiful smiles, placed smack in the middle of gorgeous layering and elements. The whole flow of this page is really spectacular, with the elements circling around that center cluster.
Nature peinture by magnolia
Wow, this one is just so colorful, it popped right out of the gallery. Starting with that rainbow background with the brushes and splatters, everything is just so gorgeous. I love the tilt of the photo and just the right amount of elements surrounding it.
Favorite Thing To Do Is Cook by BarbaraUnzen
These photos, definitely the stars of the page, are just perfect. Making one as the background is genius. You can see all those gorgeous cracks in the bread and just know how that bread is going to crackle when opened up. I love how Barbara kept the addition of elements simple with the string wrapping around the page and tying it all together (again, stroke of genius.)
I hope you enjoyed my picks today. As always, you can click on the hyperlinked titles to take you to the layouts above to leave some love for these awesome artists. And maybe if you have some time, you can go and find some inspiration of your own in the galleries. Until next time, happy scrapping!