Happy Thursday to all of you lovely scrappers! Cheryl here and I hope you’re ready to see what I’ve picked out for you today as I traveled around Digi Land. So many galleries and so many wonderful pages! What do you say we get this party started?
Split Photo Template by TrishD is my first pick for today. This page is just stunning! I love the gorgeous image and the vertical pieces, which almost looks like a fence. The background paper, with the blending and stamping and the fasteners makes this so unique and different, which I love.
Unmasking by caapmun is a wonderful example of an Art Journaling page! Not only is the image mysterious and wonderful, the whole page has such a grungy look to it and could have come right out of an old book. What a brilliant AJ page this is! There’s so much to look at here!
1st Day of School by Shawnbear is my next pick. I love “guy pages” and this one is a wonderful example for me. Love the pictures, the pops of red, the word cloud, the colorful elements and the great school paper background. Absolute perfection!
Every Woman by Sarkavka Is such a beauty! The gorgeous image, set in the oval frame is the focal point for me. The clustering around the frame really makes the image pop off the page. The background paper, with the stamping and blending is so soft and adds to the feminine look of this page!
Fairhaven Park by Stacia is such a fun page all around! It combines a big black and white photo, and I adore the smaller photos that are scattered around the page. I also love the paper strips that are underneath the bottom row of pictures. Just a winning page!
September Template Challenge by Bubby is my final pick for today. These panoramic photos are breath taking and I love the way they’re arranged on the page. All of the flowers, background and title bring this page together perfectly!
That will do it for me today and I hope you’ve enjoyed my picks. If you’d like to take a closer look at any of these, just click on the link under the name of the page and it will take you to their page.
I’ll see you next time,