Layouts We Love {April 2016}

It is always such an inspiration to take a stroll through our Flickr pool! Every few months I like to spotlight just a few of the incredible layouts just waiting to inspire you!

If you are in a scrapping rut and need some mojo, check out these amazing pages by amazing artists. Inspiration is certain!


Click on the images for more information on the layout. And while you are there, take a stroll through the entire pool!


I just love the brick wall background of this page. And the title work makes it look so real!


I love how many photos are on this page as well as the variety of elements and yet the page doesn’t seem too cluttered or busy (due to the awesome use of white space!)


The simplicity of this layout is what makes it so striking. The journaling and the photos are perfectly balanced and appealing. I instantly want to read the story!


The happy colors and fun use of triangles make this page so playful and captivating.


As a nature lover, I of course am just giddy over this page. Macro photography in nature is one of my favorite things to do. Makes me want to turn off the computer and get outside!


Every time I see a pocket scrapping page that is well done, I am convinced that one of these days I will give it a try. I get so inspired when I see colorful layouts that chronicle a life well lived.


When so much of our lives revolves around our photos and messages, this slice-of-life layout is so perfect. Have you tried scrapping a text conversation?


I’ve always been drawn to high-contrast colors and so it is no wonder I immediately fell in love with this page. The black and white photo paired with the white background and pops of color makes this layout swoon-worthy.


As mentioned above, I love high contrast. And that goes for my black and white photos as well. But for this layout, the more subtle and subdued black and white photos just work with the toned-down (but still happy!) colors of the paper and elements. It goes to show us that all rules in style and design can be broken for the right reasons.


I love every little thing about this page: the surprisingly perfect colors (look how well they match the little girl’s shirt!), the papers tucked into paper slits at the corners, and the double-framed photo (once in the photo itself and once with a paper frame over top.) Perfection!

Don’t forget to upload your own pages to our Flickr pool. As we work as a community to encourage and inspire one another, we will all benefit.