It's GSO Time!

Hello!  CTM Robin here with another GSO post.  It’s time to take a break, enjoy some eye candy, and leave some love 😊  This month I had a blast looking through the gallery.  There are so many gorgeous layouts in Liz’s section that I wanted to pick them all.  Obviously, I couldn’t do that, so let me show you what I did pick to highlight!

First is this one by Ferdy:

I love the scattering of elements and her stamped title. I feel like I could pick up her flowers right off the page too. Clearly, she is a creative person with her scrapping and coloring!

Next is this one by Meibritt:

The strawberries are sweet and so is that darling girl.  You can tell she’s enjoying the homegrown produce!  Don’t you love the paper choices and the way she wove her tag into the title?  Perfection!

This is a layout by jam-on-toast:

I always get giddy when I see fellow scrappers document the everyday happenings.  These are the moments that seem to be unimportant to us now, but when the nest is empty, we will want to remember what our hectic lives used to be like.  This layout is gorgeous with the large photo and mixed media papers and title work.  Amazing!

Okay, I had to show you this fun layout by Vrielinkie:

Isn’t that large photo a blast??!!  And I love that she used the wave cut outs to make a border which gives the feeling of waves and splashes.  This is such a cool idea and one that I will scraplift for sure!

Finally, I couldn’t resist this layout by Mum23ms:

Once again, I was drawn to the large photo with the three other detail shots balancing the page superbly.  She also scattered perfectly matched ellies throughout the layout to keep the eye moving so we noticed each and every one of those photos.  What a great page reflecting on a family holiday!

Well, that’s it for me this month.  I hope you enjoyed looking at these pages as much as I enjoyed showing them off.  Don’t forget to click on the layouts and leave some love in the gallery.  We all like a little positivity so let’s spread it around 😊

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