My mom and I were discussing digi scrapping the other day during one of our phone conversations and she asked me where she could go to see a lot of layouts. She’s been looking for inspiration now that she’s really started digi scrapping (go Mom!) and she wanted to look through a large pool of ideas. I quickly reminded her about the Digital Scrapbooking Inspiration Flickr group and she was amazed to find out that there are more than over ELEVEN THOUSAND layouts posted there. She literally said “WOW!” and I have to agree! We have almost 700 members posting inspiration creations in the group every single day!
Polka dots, stripes, & chevron + a beautiful neutral background make this page a winner in my book. I love the darling photos and the journaling is fabulous!
I love the look of pocket scrapping pages and this two-page spread is just filled with wonderful details of everyday life!
This page displays a grid of photos in a wonderfully artsy way. I love the hinges, layers, and stitching used here.
I admire those who are good at clustering because it really is an art form on it’s own. The grouping of elements is so fun here and the shadowing is really nice!
It’s always fun to see a well done layout without any photos. It takes some creativity to pull this off and I love the snippets of words and paper strips on this layout.
I adore shadow pictures and the speech bubble next to the photo is the perfect finishing touch. Great side cluster also!
This page made me want to read the journaling and find out the story behind the map. I love layouts that draw me in like that and the design and journaling are just wonderful!
I take a lot of photos so I loved seeing how so many pictures were included on this great layout. I bet everyone who celebrated Easter together loves looking at this page!
This page has so many fabulous details! I love the collection of journaling cards paired with the cute girl and embellishments. So fun!
I’m always amazed at how a quick trip through the Flickr group lifts my spirits and gets me in the mood to digi scrap. Thank YOU for all the inspiration!