When I first received the February kit, I was super drawn to the transparency alphabet. It's bright, a super fun type, and I just wanted to spread them all out and play around with them for the rest of the day. I knew that I wanted to use them all on a single project and I threw them onto two sheets of 9x12 white cardstock (stamped at the bottom) and went from there. At first I struggled a little bit with how to attach them to my page. I wanted them scattered across the page, so a stapler was out. My tape roller has microdots, which aren't flattering behind clear embellishments. I decided on glue dots -- I would have preferred to use smaller ones than I did, but apparently I need to restock my stash of tiny glue dots.
To give it that patterned paper look, I started adhering down the transparent alphabets onto one of the sheets of cardstock. I used a single medium sized glue dot on each letter.
I left some white space underneath where I put my photograph (why waste the embellishments?) and trimmed off the excess around the edges of background sheet of cardstock.