The colours and images are so bright and fun in this collection, and were very easy to mix with a range of photos to help me document week 12 from my album.
I used one of the gold overlays for my first pocket, pairing it with a rainbow patterned paper and cut apart pieces from the 6x6" paper pad along with a few stickers from the collection.
Building simple layers is one of my favourite ways to add some colours and detail to my pockets and I used one of the clear overlays over more paper accents add added a few pieces over the top for extra dimension.
The round chipboard alpha thickers are great for adding extra little details and I have used the blue colour across both of my pages to help everything tie in together. I have also used the rotary phrase stamp to add a few cute phrases to some of the pockets.
The second part of the week moves onto Easter, although I will need to add an insert to document the rest of our Easter activities.
I used a sheet of vellum to tone down one of the busy patterns and created a layered accent over the top to form a custom filler card using the chipboard alphas. I added a little bit of hand stitching to work in more of the yellow, and to help to define the circle.
The gold overlays are also great for framing journaling, and I mounted a puffy sticker onto one of the chipboard alphas pieces and punched a simple arrow shape from of the the papers.
I usually type all of my journaling using a typewriter font on my computer, and often look for accent pieces that will help me to tell the story - this time using the cut apart pieces from the paper pad and a cute puffy sticker.
The sticker book contains 8 pages of fun phrases and images and also includes a sheet of smaller black alpha circles, which I stitched in place.