I used two of her graphics on my layout "Our Song," which was created with the beautiful WIP February Project Kit. I added a few stickers, brads, pearls, and flowers from my stash, along with some images from the Graphics Fairy, and here's what I made. I journaled on the back of my page about how "Just the Two of Us" was our song back when we were dating and included the lyrics. This is a picture of my husband (then boyfriend) and me at my junior prom, way back in 1981. The picture was yellowed and faded. I scanned it and played around with a diffuse glow filter in Digital Image Pro to give the photo a dreamy quality.
Here are the two Graphics Fairy images I used (click them for full-sized images if you want to save them to your computer for later use):
What I most love about using these digital images for my scrapbook pages is that I can customize their size which is very important for me since I scrap 8 x 8, and I don't have a lot of space on my pages.
Here are some close-ups of my layout to see how I used these two fun images and the beautiful WIP kit products. I was originally planning to use this graphic to hold journaling but changed my mind and used it to house my title. By the way, this frame comes in three colors.
I loved those little red pebbles Trish included in the kit and sprinkled a couple over this "Bank of True Love" note. That bank note comes in three different colors, too.
I just adore these darling little heart stick pins Trish packed in the kit! So easy to add a sweet, special touch by just sticking them somewhere on your page. By the way, the leaves on my layout are just leaves I cut off of a silk plant I had.
And how about that lovely lace in the kit! So pretty. I used Terrifically Tacky Tape (by Provo Craft) to adhere it--it comes in a variety of widths (I used 1/8"), and it really sticks well! I used my favorite Martha Stewart punch (iron gate) to add interest to the top of my page:
Thank you for reading about my layout! I always enjoy seeing the details on others' pages because when I look at the "whole," I always miss some of the interesting little bits, so I hope I gave some insight into how I made my layout.