Also, I haven't used the popular ombre technique on a scrapbook page so I wanted to try that, too. To do the background, I brayered several different shades of blue and aqua Stampin' Up! inks on white cardstock.
For the layers, I used Crate Paper's the Pier 6x6 pad which has such beautiful colors and prints - with very little theme to them. These papers can work with anything. I dug through some very old stash for a transparency and a few stickers.
Without any of the letter 'o' I couldn't spell 'good' so I subbed stars for the letters. The stars signify what a great job my stepdaughter, Jaime, has done keeping in shape. She's my husband's good example these days. I added some rock candy Stickles to give them a little zing.
Jaime's philosophy is lots of exercise so she can have some indulgences, thus the 'let them eat cake' sticker from Basic Grey's Paper Cottage collection.
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