The transparency is mostly pink, so I looked for a photo of my daughter to go with it and turned up a baby photo that matched really well. At this point, Sketch-n-Scrap published their mid-month sketch which has a large square and a portrait photo, perfect for my transparency and the photo I'd found.
I wanted a few papers behind my photo and chose some from a 6x6 pad to layer up. There's a bit of black in those papers so I then rummaged through my embellishments (which I store by colour) for pink, aqua and black pieces, finding an acetate heart to take the place of the flowers in the sketch and enough other pieces for three clusters around the photo.
Babies and hearts also fit the criteria for one of the options from the "This Month in History" challenge at Grand Diva's Creative Corner where Brenda is celebrating the birth of Abraham Lincoln in February 1809.
I'd planned to use a plain white background for my page so that the transparency would be 'legible' but I found that it was too stark and switched it out for a pink ombre instead. I don't scrap with pink very often and I'm happy to have this pretty paper in my album now too.
Paper - Pink Paislee/Paige Evans, We R Memory Keepers Love Notes, My Mind's Eye
Transparency - Pretty Little Studio, Freckled Fawn
Letters - Jillibean Soup, KaiserCraft
Tag - My Mind's Eye
Labels - Pretty Little Sticker
Stickers - Pebbles, My Mind's Eye
Enamel Shapes - Freckled Fawn, Stampin' Up!
Flowers & Frames - from Stash
Ink - Hobbycraft
Mist - Mister Huey's
Big Shot & Spellbinders Circles Die