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Walk on the Ocean

Remember that song from Toad the Wet Sprocket?  I use to love it.  Anyhow, that song was running through my head when I was working on this scrapbook page.  I wanted to scrap these pictures from our trip from Virginia Beach this spring.   Liz wanted to swim in the ocean SO BAD, but it was too cold.  You can see her pouty face in the bigger pic because I wouldn’t let her put on her swim suit.  (I’m such a meanie!)  The round pic is her running out of the ocean after I gave in and said she could put her feet in. 

 

 

2012-07 VB Beach page wm

 

I’m going to keep this short.  We are having people over later today so I’m off to clean the house.   Have a great weekend!  Thank you for stopping by!

 

In case you forgot about Toad the Wet Sprocket, here is the video for “Walk on the Ocean”.

 

 

Supplies:

  • Papers:  Papertrey kraft CS, Pink Paislee Nantucket paper pack
  • Ink:  Distress Ink Antique Linen
  • Tools:  Sewing machine, Big Shot, Spellbinders Nestabilities, Papertrey Edgers #1
  • Embellishments:  Twinery Caribbean baker’s twine

Challenges:

Comments

I never knew that was Toad the Wet Sprocket song...and how the heck did they come up with that band name??

Anyway........fun layout! I like the three circles on the bottom and how you distressed the edges where the sentiment is!

Have a great day!
Cheryl said…
oh Hun, brilliant,layout just love love this,too bits,love the photos,and adore the circles,you have used,just love this,hugs Cherylxxxxxx
KraftyKoolKat said…
This is a fab page Cheryl, great layout sweetie. I hope you got all that cleaning done before your visitors came. Lol!!! I saw you on MIM.

Hugs
Cathy
xxxxx
Annette said…
oh you can tell the water looks cold...such a fun layout...great photos and love those fish..
Lisa M said…
This is precious! The pictures are fantastic and the colors you chose keep the LO so warm and peaceful to match. Beautiful work here.
Karin said…
This is great! Love the small circle photo paired with the large one :) Of course I remember the song, your could escape hearing it back in the day!
Sudha said…
Wow pretty layout. Love the cool colors too.

Sudha
sudha-kalra.blogspot.in
Riet said…
This is so beautiful Cheryl.

Hugs Riet.xx
Jennifer said…
This is such a wonderful page! I love the pics and it's wonderful to catch those memories!
Ellis said…
Wonderful layout and I loved that song, must have been one of their best songs! =)
Hugs, Elenor
Anita said…
A beautiful page Cheryl. Well, if a child comes running it - it HAS to be freezing!
Lovely scrapbook page, I like the fishes in the circles. Great layout!
jimlynn said…
Beautiful layout and I LOVE all the stitching on here too! Very cute photos!
Lynn
Julia said…
Absolutely in love with your project! Thanks for sharing!
I saw this on Make it Monday!
These are my entries: # 129, #158, #160, #162, # 250 and #252 (Candy Alert) would love it if you could visit.
Hugs,
Julia
Renee said…
That water looks cold & your right...you can see the pouty face in the bigger pic! Great layout Cheryl. I saw it on MIM.
Hugs, Renee
Love your layout Cheryl!! Saw this on MIM. Loved the video and the song!! Great pictures. Have a wonderful day!! Gloria

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wonderfull page....i love the colours and the details...great job.....

Hugs
Bella
Audrey said…
Beautiful, thank you!
Imke said…
Wonderful page !
Violets Corner said…
So precious Cheryl! Beautiful papers and fab design.

Many thanks for sharing with Creatalicious Challenges.

Warm hugs
Maarit
Brodders said…
Fab layout :) Thanks for joining in with us at Papertake Weekly - Jane x
carol said…
wonderful creation, thanks for sharing your fab creation with us at CRAFT x carol
Donna Mosley said…
A stunning page Cheryl. Love the fab photo's and fun LO.

Donna x
Georgie Horn said…
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Lorraine said…
Beautiful layout, Cheryl! Love the colors and design!
Jinny Newlin said…
What a beautiful page, Cheryl! LOVE those gorgeous, pastel patterns and your fun, circular elements! Such a great memory :). Hugs!
whoistracy said…
I am going to have that song stuck in my head ALL DAY now. LOL
Tammy said…
Great layout Cheryl!! Love the colour scheme and the distressed edges on the paper!
Thanks for playing along with us at LRW!!
Kathy and Lucky said…
Great page, love the different sizes and shapes with the colors. I wouldn't say you are meanie, they say "mother knows best".
Wedgie said…
Fab layout, love the colours.
Wedgie xxx
Tammy said…
Fabulous LO!! I love the papers and your stitching!
Tammy x
Lisa said…
Oh wow, this is so fabulous!! What a gorgeous layout!! I love the design and the papers you used!! The pictures are so sweet!! :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts
Davi said…
Very cool LO Cheryl! I love the distressed strips and the cool circles with the fish on the. Perfect to show off the pics of your daughter ;)
Aunty Sue said…
Fab card and thanks for joining CRAFT this week hope to see you next week.
Shelby said…
Great LO and love the colors you've used.

Shelby
mimibricole said…
this is lovely!
I love those circles, papers and sweet photo you chose
thanks for sharing your project with us at cupcake craftroom
Min said…
What a great layout! The sketch and papers you used are fabulous!

Thanks so much for playin' along with us this week for the Catch The Bug “July Anything Goes" Challenge with Bugaboo Stamps! We hope you join us again tomorrow for a fantastic Christmas in July celebration and the chance to WIN lots of goodies!!!!!
Hugs & Happy Days! ~Min
Kaymin Kreations
Caz said…
Gorgeous page, thanks for joining our challenge on Crafty Bloggers Network.
Caz
x
1CardCreator said…
Sweet layout love the pics too!

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