Saturday Scraplift: Architecturally speaking

Happy Saturday! I sure hope most of you all are enjoying better weather than I am, but this storm is making a mess over much of the middle of the US so I’m sure I’m not alone in getting hit with rain/sleet/freezing rain/snow mess! Guess that just means more time to stay inside scrapping. 😉

This week’s page is brought to you by the amazing Mirjam (mielz). I love her style and this page is no exception. Not only did she showcase the architecture of the Manchester Cathedral with her photos, but she also used architecture brushes to highlight the lines of the walls. I just love it! She also left plenty of room to journal about the cathedral and I think that is just so important.

This week I had help from 3 talented scrappers. Up first is Julie (MaggieMae) with this awesome page about a mission in Arizona. Her blending is amazing and she used some subtle architectural brushes in the background. She also followed Mirjam’s lead and has lots of journaling about this beautiful site.

ArchiBlend Clusters Brushes, Stamps and Layers No. 03, ArchiBlend Clusters Brushes, Stamps and Layers No. 06, Canvas Color Mix Paper Pack No. 32, Ad Inspiration 03.29.14

Up next is Shannon (shannonroller) with her Ireland cathedral photos. Shannon loved how the architecture brushes worked so perfectly with the cathedral spire. What an amazing place!

Lightly Linens No. 23, ArchiBlend Clusters Brushes, Stamps and Layers No. 06Monthly Memories Vol. 02: Vintage Pack No. 01, Arctic Frost Winter Scrapbook Bundle, Faith Focused Garden No. 01, Defining Grunge Brushes and Stamps No. 01, Defining Grunge Brushes and Stamps No. 07, Watery Maps Brushes and Stamps No. 03, Vintage Photo Frames No. 46

And finally, Esther (esther_a) took a bit of a different spin on the architecture page with butterflies! She used blended butterfly brushes along the edge, 3 brads for the visual triangle, photo tabs and a similar title design. Such a great shot and I love how the inspiration took her in a totally different direction.

Moonlight Dreams Paper Pack, Moonlight Dreams Solids Paper Pack, Vintage Blendable Palettes No. 04, Watercolor Blends Layered Template No. 18 (Clean Stitched Rectangles and Vintage Frames 45), Watery Brushes and Stamps No. 05, Watery Wings Brushes and Stamps

So whether you are inspired by her design, or this inspires you to pull out a vacation photo from an amazing cathedral that you visited, I look forward to seeing how this page inspires you and seeing your pages in the gallery.

If you’d like to join in on this fun challenge and earn some awesome DD $$, be sure to post your page in the Saturday Scraplift Gallery and the January 2020 Challenge Participation Thread.

Also remember that we are having a weekend crop today (January 11) at 7pm EST where Katie will be giving away a free template to play with and there will be lots of inspiration as well! Hope to see you there!

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One Response to Saturday Scraplift: Architecturally speaking

  1. Mirjam says:

    Thank you so much for your great compliment! *blush*

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