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Scrapbooking, SeaBlown Hair

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Wow it's Monday again!  Here is my page for the Memory Nest.  I normally don't get around to scraping pictures of events and moments that happened anywhere close to present day, but this one is an exception.  I really wanted to scrap these photos from our Oregon beach adventure last week.  We had such awful weather, but I got some darling photos despite the pouring rain.
 
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As you can see, I altered the sketch a bit to fit three horizontal photos.  I tried to use paper layers to help play on the two vertical photo spots from the sketch.
 
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I love the pink to purple to blue in this paper.  It pink reminds me of the hope we had for warm beach weather and the blue is the actual reality of cold rainy beach days.
 
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I realized that I have so many wonderful and bright beach embellishments, but most didn't seem to fitting for my page.  I couldn't resist this popsicle though!
 
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I used a bit of washi tape on this page.  I have way to much of the stuff and can't seem to get it used up!

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  1. Oh those photos are just gorgeous, she looks so animated and excited to be out in the rain and wind! Love that paper too.

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  2. LOVE your take on the sketch!! That background is amazing. And such fun pics of your little girl who is getting big!!

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