Welcome to Gallery Highlights this week! We have some stunning layouts for you to enjoy – from sports pages to vintage photos to an Easter layout. Plus, there’s a set of cards that is perfect for teachers’ gifts if you still need those…Let’s go take a look! You can click on the links to visit the layouts in their galleries and view supply lists, leave a comment for the designer, or view the designer’s other work.
>>…but then…<< by beehive50
Debi Boler is one of my absolute favorite scrappers in the world. I love everything she does and I’ve been honored to work with her on paper and digi teams for over 6 years now. This layout is a perfect example of why I love her work – it is simple and graphic and so striking. The placement of her photos and the way she uses the embellishments to draw your eye to the pertinent part of the photos is fabulous. Her typography is perfect and makes you want to read every single word of her journaling.
Like a Rock by adogslife 13
I used to do a lot of scrapping with older photos, and I know how difficult it is to make heritage layouts look fun and playful. But Tina has done just that! By using bright, fun colors and lots of colorful embellishments, she really highlights the photos and keeps her audience interested in the layout. I also love the combination of patterns and shapes – this is a phenomenal heritage layout!
Easter Blessings by DeanaB
Deana’s layout makes me want to break out my paper flowers – she has used them as a design accent just perfectly in this Easter layout. Her entire design is nicely balanced, and I love the way she maintained consistent spacing between all of her elements and rounded the corners of the photos and mats.
Field Day by pamelacy
I love designers who can combine black-and-white photos with color photos on the same layout and Pamela has done a stellar job with this layout. Not only does she use the smaller color photos to accent the large black-and-white photo, but she also uses bright colors, ribbon, and fun embellishments around the focal photo. This is just a fantastic design!
Twin Bridges Montana by cstaff
This next layout is one of the most calming layouts I’ve come across in a long time. It’s so simple yet so elegant and beautiful. Carol’s blending technique is fantastic and I can easily see this layout framed on a wall in her house. It’s a gorgeous way to treat a special photo of a place that really means a lot to her.
Little Chickadee by soaphousemama
This happy little face caught my eye immediately but I also couldn’t help but fall in love with all of the patterns used in this layout. The designer used a lot of her stash to make this layout and I think it’s a great idea for a layout – pull out all of those papers you’ve been holding onto and just layer them – the combinations here are surprising, fun, and highlight this adorable photo perfectly.
Thanks a Latte cards by Latrice M
These cards make me want to scraplift them this very second! I love the stitching and the title work, as well as the combinations of patterned elements. But look at the way she used these tiny little sacks – what a great idea for a card to hold gift cards! These would be perfect for teachers’ gifts as school comes to an end or even for Father’s Day.
And there you have it – our gallery highlights for the week! I only wish we had time and space to feature more of the amazing designs out there. Thanks so much to all of the designers who shared their work with us this week. What were your favorite gallery layouts this week? Feel free to link us to them in the comments and let us know what you think and which are your favorites this week!
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