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Monday Highlight: Spring

Have you scrapped any spring pages, yet? At least for those of us in the northern hemisphere, spring is definitely upon us. So, with all the digiscrap goodies, it should be easy to capture some of the season’s beauties on a layout. I’m not going to showcase any spring themed scrapkits today, though, since there are so many out there … where should I even begin? And if you are like me, you have a few favorite stores that you keep an eye on their new releases, which means, you already know what they have to offer. I will, however, give you some inspiration today, that maybe – hopefully – will get you inspired to scrap your own spring pages.

Here is a double page spread using some pictures I took exactly one year ago (on Easter Sunday, which was April 4th, 2010).

For these layouts, I combined two kits – “Sunday Best” by Lauren Grier (unfortunately retired) and Felicity, a collab by Libby Pritchett, Misty Cato & Krystal Hartley (still available at SSD). I also used  Cindy’s calendar templates and adjusted them to fit these 12×12 pages.

Another fabulous spring themed scrapkit is Tracie Strouds “Free To Be” (available at Scrap Orchard).

For the next page, I used “Lovely Day” by Joyce Paul (at Memory Scraps).

Of course, spring pages don’t have to be yellow all the time. There are lots of other great products, featuring various color palettes. Here are just a few, I’ve come to like:

“Spring Arrives” by Misty Cato
“Beautimous Spring” by Shawna Clingerman
“Breath of Fresh Air” by ScrapKitchen Designs
“Love Blooms” by Melissa Bennett

Those are just a few of the “springy” scrapkits that I can think off the top of my head. And again, if you just check out the GSO blog (gallery standouts – link is listed under “Favorite Scrap Blogs” on the left), you’ll find countless inspiration for gorgeous spring pages.

Happy Spring then, to everyone!

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