Scrapbooking is a great hobby to document the different trips and activities that you've had. If your activity has to do with horses, or the person you are scrapbooking about enjoys horses, then a horse theme may be good for either the whole scrapbook or a page.
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If you are documenting a rodeo or just your own little cowboy or cowgirl, a cowboy theme is a great theme. You can use die cuts and stickers of horses, lariats, cowboy hats and boots with spurs. There are pages you can buy that have cowboy and other western motifs printed on them, or, if you want a solid colour, a sand or dusty colour would fit this theme nicely.
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Day at the Tracks
Did you spend a day at the Kentucky Derby, or just wish you did? Recreate the downs in your scrapbook by using a mostly green pallet, and sticker and die cuts of running horses, jockeys, binoculars and cash for betting.
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Commemorate your rider's first horseback riding event with this theme. Decorate your pages with stickers and die cuts of horses, riders, hurdles and riding crops and other riding accoutrements. Use a palette of deep greens, reds and blacks.
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On the Farm
Put your memories "out to pasture" by recreating a farm theme in your scrapbook. Use stickers and die cuts of fences, barns, horses, hay, pitchforks, tractors and other farm equipment. Use colours like green, red and yellow to recreate the sights of the farm.