Here is the matching page I made for last weeks scrapbook page.

I love this picture of Rebecca running into the water, her hair flying up in the air and her arms all stretched out.

I added a scallop border made with the slit punch to tie in the Carousel Note from the other page.

The rest of the ingredients is pretty much the same as last week.

Paper: Textured Wild Wasabi, Soft Sky, Chocolate Chip and Shimmery White Cardstock

Acc.: Slit Punch, Fusion Flowers, Antique Brass Build a Brad and regular brads, Love and Happiness Rubons, white gel pen


Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

34 Responses to “Scrapbook Sunday #24”

  1. Your scrapbook pages are wonderful. This photo is perfect with these colors. I love it!


  2. FABULOUS page! I love the colors and details. I love that I know Rebecca is jumping into the ocean, because of the wonderful scalloped border and no horizon it looks as though she is jumping into a pool. LOVE IT, LOVE IT! Awesome work as always. TFS.

  3. Great page Beate! The scallop border and the colors are wonderful!

  4. Beate! I love it! I just ordered those flowers – how inspiring!!!

  5. This is so pretty Beate. Perfect layout for the pic!! I love it that you take time to scrapbook – I need to do more of that!

  6. Fantastic shot of your daughter Beate! Love the page! Happy Sunday! Deb

  7. This layout is a real eye catcher! I love it! I need those rub ons! 🙂

  8. what a fabulos picture – and the layout is totally cute! Love the rub-ons, my husband was leaning over my shoulder and he said, “wow! That really gives that page depth”! I guess he is getting the lingo – LOL! For him to even comment is amazing but your work blows ME away so I would expect it to be even more so for him! Great use of the felt flowers too, I love those! *STAMPIN HUGS* Alex

  9. You sure do have an eye for taking great photos Beate! Wonderful scrap page.


  10. Great page! I love this picture! I like so much what you have done with it! It’s fun to play with those rub on! 🙂

  11. It’s beautiful! What a picture!!! It looks like an ad from a travel magazine or something. In your layout it’s just wonderful!

  12. Both pages are beautiful, you make it look so easy to scrap!!!

  13. Great page…love the pic! she totally looks like she is


  14. What an awesome page! Just love the layout and the flowers and rubons are great! Thanks for sharing! 🙂

  15. What a fabulous page, Beate! I LOVE the rub ons going over the picture like that! What an awesome touch!

  16. wow those rub ons are a fabulous touch! you take the best photos!

  17. Oh what a fun page Beate! Great picture of your daughter! You sure know how to capture such wonderful shots!

  18. What an amazing picture!!! Love those colors with that water! Just pops!

  19. Oh my gosh! What an incredible picture! Love this page!

  20. What a wonderful moment you captured–love the page, but I especially love the photograph!

  21. That is a great photo! Love the whole page, especially the way you put the rub-ons right over the photo, and the little bit of red really pops it!

  22. This is beautiful! I love how you used the rub ons!

  23. You totally rock! I wish you lived in England and were my stamping buddy!!!!

  24. I love your page, Beate! Your colors look so pretty, and I love your use of the rubons and felt flowers!! Your scallops with the gel pen look fantastic!!

    Hope you had a great weekend!!

  25. Your pictures of the kids are always breathtaking….and this one is no exception. The layout is perfect and the flower fusion and build a brad make a great dimension on the page…way to go 🙂

    Dance on…

  26. This page is gorgeous – every detail is perfect – beautiful picture!

  27. This is a gorgeous page! I love the colors – and I love that you can see the colors on her little bottom as she’s running – so cute! You have an awesome gift!

  28. Great page Beate! That photograph is beautiful and I love the colors and rub-ons you used!

  29. I love how you combined the rub-ons and the felt flowers. Very pretty!

  30. Oh Beate, my first thought when I saw this page was “YES! That’s what rub-ons are all about!” I love how you did this- exactly what I envision when using them on a scrapbook page! The texture you’ve added with the textured cardstock, felt and even the scallops are all perfect touches. Of course you can almost never go wrong with a build-a-brad! Love it!

  31. Great lo! I like how you placed the flower with the rubons flowing out from it.

  32. You were my inspiration for Saturday’s inspiration challenge:


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