I kept to the same products as the previous pages, with more watercolour elements to help tie things
I combined a die-cut word with some simple journal strips to begin the page, and often use landscape photos as a backdrop for my journaling. I added a section from one of the watercolour cards I created in my first post to create a fun filler card - using the stitched accent to visually ground the two sides together.
Bringing home a little bit of the beach with us, I used my fuse tool to enclose some beach sand into one of the pockets - adding a few hearts from the Pink Paislee Moonstruck 'No:6' Paper on the outside of the page protector.
Printing some of the pics smaller than the pocket allowed me to add colour with a patterned paper background as well as some dimension with the fun Hazelwood Chipboard phrases.
Using the reverse side of the insert to document a different location - I created a couple of split cards that combined different patterned papers for an easy way of adding more colour.
I used a frame from the Maggie Holmes Gather 'Moments' Paper and a chipboard accent from the Hazelwood Chipboard Thickers as a place to ground my journaling over another landscape photo. You can also see the reverse side of my sand pocket here and how I added another heart to hide the adhesive from the other side.
I created another split card as a background for a smaller photo and used more watercolour hearts from the Pink Paislee Moonstruck 'No:6' Paper to add more interest to the page.