The Club CK gallery is full of inspiring scrapbook layouts, projects, and cards. Each week a few of the Creating Keepsakes magazine editors and Club CK moderators spend some time perusing the gallery for the most inspirational layouts. Here are few of their picks from this past week.
You're So Fifth Grade by Myra
Deena Boese adores the colorful chevron border running down this otherwise black and white page. Bold. Simple. Cool!
CK Nicole Larkin likes the way Barbara lined up three photo strips, each with a different color tint. The variety in color helps direct your eye along each photo strip instead of getting lost in the 12 (!) pics featured on this page.
Mini Indy by earlofoxford
Deena Boese loves how Linda scanned her grandson's artwork and used it as a background for her digital layout.
Sisters by ltarbox
CK Nicole Larkin admires the unconventional title placement in this bright, whimsical layout.
Owl Canvas by Barb
Club CK Moderator Patty C loves this adorable piece of home décor, particularly how Barb used accordion flowers for the owl's eyes. Too cute!
Family Hero by Hope
CK Joannie McBride loves the vintage photos and how she included journaling to tell the story of her grandfather.
Just Because by Jennifer
CK Nicole Larkin fancies the upturned corner of the photo on this layout--it gives it just the perfect amount of dimension.
Deena Boese thinks these oversized pennant triangles are so fun and add a great pop of color and pattern to this stylish layout.
CK Nicole Larkin fell in love with the checklists, arrows, Viewmaster wheels, and other fun embellishments. Be sure to click through to see the inside pages of this adorable birthday album!
CK Joannie McBride loves how she included the Yahtzee sheets on her layout. Adding memorabilia along with photos is a great way to recall those fun family memories.
Post your project to the Club CK gallery today, and it may show up in the next project spotlight! Plus, other community members will be able to enjoy the inspiration you post throughout the week! Your page may even be picked up for publication in an upcoming issue of Creating Keepsakes.