Sometimes the fastest way to a scrapbook page is with a collection. I am not one to remember the names of paper patterns or if I bought stickers that match the patterned paper, but this time, I remember! One, because I LOVE it, and TWO, because I just bought it recently. A trip to Archivers had me roaming the aisles looking for something I could use with this Florida photo of my little girl and her sand ball. BING! I found it with this "Splash" collection from Little Yellow Bicycle.
I bought the paper and the "clear cuts" embellishments to make this page go together so quick and easy. Sometimes, when I look at my stacks of photos that I want to scrap, I'm all about quick and easy. Archivers had this flower punch that reminded me of starfish (although, my children have told me that starfish are now called "sea stars" because they are not really a fish). So, I punched a bunch of those out of some brown kraft and metallic gold papers, and used sand paper for my title (sniped that from my husband's tool box). I'm going to give a little shout out to Glue Dots too--they are invisible behind those LYB clear cuts--how awesome!
I didn't feel like this page needed anything else.
I love the page. I love the sand ball. I love the photo.
And, I love that little girl.