Saturday Scraplift: A splash of colour

Hiya, welcome to another Saturday Scraplift. We’re all starting to feel a bit wintery here, it snowed last night, just a little bit, but I stuck my hand out the door about midnight to catch my first snowflake of the season.

This week I’ve chosen a lovely page by OKate. I do love dark backgrounds, I love the splash of colour in the brushwork, and the postage stamp frame just sits perfectly. Three of my fellow creative team members were inspired to create their own pages based on this.ssl_Nov_OKate_blog

Esther chose a fun subject for her page, and I agree, you’re never too old for Lego, I still love playing with it with my kids. I love the frame used to focus our attention on part of the photo.ssl_Nov_esther_blog

Esther used Artsy Spots Brushes, Stamps and Layers No. 02Big Bottom Lift Classic Photo Frames No. 01Chalkboard Christmas Solids Paper PackChristmas Wishes Element PackPainted Photo Masks Brushes and Stamps No. 10.

Jana created a lovely Christmassy page, I love all the chalky elements she used, and that border is awesome!ssl_Nov_Jana_blog

Jana used Chalkboard Christmas Scrapbooking CollectionArtsy Scratchy Corners Brushes and Stamps No. 01Scratchy Scribbles Brushes and Stamps No. 03Splatters Brushes and Stamps No. 05Artsy Painted Photo Borders No. 02.

Brenda created this cute page about a furry friend. Love the diamond behind the photo, and all the scribbly brushwork!ssl_Nov_bbe_blog

Brenda used Chalkboard Christmas Scrapbooking CollectionGolden Essentials No. 04Golden Essentials No. 01Christmas Wishes Element PackScratchy Scribbles Brushes and Stamps No. 02Season of Magic Template Album.

I hope this has inspired you to create your own splash of colour, it’s a fine weekend for scrapping. Post your page in the Saturday Scraplift Gallery. I’d love to see them, and remember to join in with the rewards scheme by sharing your pages containing 100% Designer Digitals products in the rewards thread for November. Happy scrapping!

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