This is of my favorite layouts. I did it for Graphic 45 as one of my 10 projects needed to make the 1st round for their design team. Its a page on my daughter Anna, I had a photo of her on a Merry-go-Round at Victor Harbor. She was 6 years old. I just love the photo, and it is very special. As a younger child she hated being on any thing that moved. Part of her early intervention included puting her on a board with 1/2 a ball under it. She would sit on it and I would tilt it from side to side, backward and forward. This taught her to move her body to counter the tilt and retain her balance. All the time spent with her paid off. By the time she was 12, she could jump up and down on a trampolen and skip with a skiping rope at the same time. In the photo she looked like she was enjoying herself, but not quite sure about it all. I used the stripe paper from the play time past collection. It's built up with foam tape, this creates a shallow shadow box. I can then add lots of bits to my page and start layering some of them. Frames on a page are my thing at the moment.
Thanks for looking