Here's the sketch. I followed the basic design but had to use fewer photos because my pictures were oriented differently, plus I scrap 8 x 8.
Here are a few closeups. I'm the worst kit hoarder, so I made a decision to try to use kits on as many of these sketch layouts as I could. I used Paper Issues' August 2019 "You Should See Me in a Crown" kit.
As I was thinking about those circles, I remembered that I had a bag of raw chipboard circles from eons ago. I used my circle punch and just glued the circles to the chipboard for added dimension. I still have a TON more of those circles, but I'm glad to have used a few on this layout.
The leaves were fussy cut out of a Paige Evan paper in the kit.
After I had everything laid out, I decided the background looked to stark white, so I added some watercolor in matching colors.
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