This is a photo of my DH having to carry my DS as we were on a stoney beach and they kept getting in his crocs LOL.
For this page I used quite a few bits from my beautiful Handmade Hannah grab boxes, the doily is from the embellishments box, the date stamp is from her shop (I love it as you circle the date and add the year). The Papers again are mostly from grab boxes, crate paper Portrait (designed for weddings but it is so versatile I love it) and there is a small scrap of glitz and American Crafts too. The Rose embellishments are from the Portrait collection, and the chipboard is maya road and I managed to fit in a glassine pocket for my journalling. The alphas are Echo Park for the record and the glitter one is American Crafts, the other stamps are MME. So those are all the little bits.
I started this page by using a Crate Paper die cut to fit my photo in and then I backed it with some of the green Portrait paper and edged it with scalloped scissors. I cut up my papers and started layering them how I wanted them to look, once happy I inked the edge with black memento ink and then ruffled the edges. I layered them all up and then sorted out the glassine pocket by folding the top over and stapling some string that could hook around the teal brad. Then I started layering the embellishments, I made some flags to go down the edge of the page and added bits of book paper to these, then I slotted in the doily and added a 3 embellishment combo which includes a snowflake :) I ruffled and added a rose to the other side of the picture and a seagull pin I got in a quirky kit. I then stamped my chipboard banner, 2 are stamped with a newspaper print in broken china distress ink, and then the centre one has the Boy stamp. I covered them in PVA to add a different texture to them and then added some book pages to the 2 print ones, and finally smeared some liquid pearls over the top to give a bit of shimmer. I threaded through some twine and added the title and some more little blobs of liquid pearl.
So this is my attempt at the layered page prompt for Shimelles pretty paper party, I concentrated on lots of layering as well as keeping it fairly simple in colour (not something I often do). Hope you like it.