Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Paradise Found


For my third page created with Scraptastic's Rock Lobster kit, I pulled together all of the softer colors to highlight this picture of my husband and I at the beach. I love the casual look of this photo, taken by my sister. We had already posed for all the requisite face forward shots and then decided to do some silly "model" shots. The goofing around photos turned out to be the most remarkable!



Several patterned paper rectangles and scraps are layered beneath the photo, with stickers, brads, and a die-cut tucked in here and there.

Gold striped washi tape was folded over toothpicks to fashion tiny flags.

Wow...I can hardly believe that pictures taken two weeks ago are already scrapped! That's some kind of record for me. :)

12 comments:

Lisa Rukin Swift said...

Absolutely beautiful page, Madeline!

Mary Pat Siehl said...

love the soft colors
the design is just awesome

Nancy Thomas said...

Love your attention to detail Madeline - absolutely gorgeous layout. And I love that picture of the two of you - that is a keeper for sure.

artfulscrapbooking said...

Love, love all your layering and those washi flags are awesome!!! I'm going to have to make some! xo Evie

Jennifer Grace said...

Gorgeous page, I love all the layered details, and the cute flags of course! x

Linda said...

Great page! Love the layers! And, did you know that you used my absolute favorite Thickers?!

Tanya Ham said...

Just beautiful!! And I absolutely LOVE that camera brad! I really need to find that! If you know the maker, would you email me, please? Thanks so much! Love the photo too, would be lovely in a frame as well! :)

Nirupama said...

Truly gorgeous. You are rocking this kit!

Sandy Ang said...

totally love your page !

Mary Jo Rhoda said...

Gorgeous page!
And such a great photo.
I love the candid shots like this the best, too :)

Monique Liedtke said...

What a wonderful page Madeline! Love the happiness that radiates from it!

Anandi Raman Creath said...

Gorgeous page! Love all the layering and details. I'm a new scrapper so I'm definitely going to reference this later :)