It’s always a nice end to a busy Monday to spend a little time looking around the digi-galleries. I’m amazed as usual at the level of talent and creativity in these sites. There are a multitude of styles represented, some galleries lean more toward a certain genre, others showcase a more different style but the enthusiasm of the scrappers most certainly shines through no matter where you look.
Let’s see what I found to share with you today:
I love the ombre and how it brings out all the different colors on the page. I like how the diagonal stripe leads right to the vertical strip and then the page design seems to flow right around the focal photo with the outline of the stitching. Truly gorgeous clustering, both over and under, but it takes nothing away from the precious photo.
I love the frames within frames and the dark stitching just POPS against the neutral background. Nice use for the photo frame to be the anchor for all the little tucked bits and love how she uses the paint to create color repetition around the page. Really pretty!
Fun photo treatment, it can’t have been easy to extract the people in the shot with so much movement. Stunning shadowing with all the layers, it looks so very realistic on the stark white backdrop. The vertical paint strokes and the doodles echo the movement in the picture.
There is an ethereal quality created with the black and white photo and the gradient nature of the girl. Amazing reflection in the photo and it adds so much to the “story”, it feels like she’s looking in a mirror, contemplating. I love how only her wings are in color, making them definitely feel real… like she could fly.
LOVE the bold colors! This just jumps right out of the gallery at you! Nice mix of colors and patterns all held inside a shape of its own, with the addition of beautiful clusters. I love how it all feels anchored with the fasteners and stitching.
I do love me an expansive credit list for a page and this definitely has one, you can just tell! And we all know how tough it is to mix a lot of different kits and still make it feel cohesive. It seems almost like a travel journal or smash book, with lists and brochures, maps and keepsakes. There is A LOT of information on this page but it feels organized, not cluttered. Nicely done!
I hope I’ve inspired you a little tonight, maybe to scrapbook or maybe to look around the galleries for a bit yourself later!