The next step is to sort through the embellishments in the kit and assign them to the different pages:
The three-photo page, with photos of my kids with their cousins just before they left after Christmas.
The two-photo page, showing off our cute little quail we bought a few weeks ago
And finally, the one-photo page, about some amazing friends of ours who parent a little boy with a lot of special needs. Mind you, whenever there's a list of his conditions, they always list "extreme awesomeness" in there! We recently attended a benefit raising much needed funds to help them care for their special little guy.
In the end I added splatters to all the pages, and some confetti/dimensional dots to the last one.
I'll leave it up to you as to whether you want to play "I Spy" and see what items did and didn't make it onto the pages, and whether I might have changed one or two . . .
I'm happy to say that's three pages completed using Glitter Girl/Shimelle's process and I'm open to having another go at a later time (minus the self-induced guilt, of course!). Have you ever tried a process like this? Or is it something you'd like to have a go at, too?
In the meantime, there might just be enough bits and pieces left in my kit to make another page or two . . .