It's GSO Time!

 Happy November!  Can you believe I said November??  Before you know it, we will be singing Christmas songs and putting up decorations.  Oh wait, some of us are already doing that 😊  Well as you know, a new month means a new GSO blog post and I can’t wait to show you some amazing layouts I found in the gallery!

Let’s begin with this one by Donitab:

Her background is wonderfully abstract, yet her pictures are clear and focused.  The juxtaposition of these two items really make the layout just stand out in the gallery.  And those stitched and stapled paper pieces add fun details too!

Now here is one by Trish:

She does a remarkable job of layering bits and pieces of paper and word art throughout the page.  I love the vibrancy and eclectic vibe this layout expresses.  This page is so fun and one I’m going to scraplift soon!

IntenseMagic has made another gorgeous page:

She is a master of combining unrelated photos in her project life pages.  Each one of these seamlessly flow into the next and she tells her stories in such a conversational tone that you feel as if y’all were sitting down together for a nice chat.  What a warm and welcoming design!

Okay, I know Halloween is over, but I couldn’t pass up a chance to show you Lisa B’s layout:

These are phenomenal photos and Lisa has arranged all of them so that you really get a feel for the moment and Hope’s personality!  The page isn’t too busy either, which is a feat upon itself with nine photos.  She rocked this layout!

Last, but certainly not least, I wanted to show you this layout by Angela Toucan:

Those detail shots are absolutely precious, and I’m blown away by Joy’s talent at such a young age.  The layout is dreamy with Angela’s use of masks and blending.  I love all the small elements and buttons scattered around, which draw the eye throughout the page.  Such a beautiful layout!

Well that’s it for this month.  I hope you have enjoyed looking at all the eye candy I’ve picked and that you are healthy and happy, too!

Happy Scrapping,


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