I love the butterfly transparency and die cut in this collection and thought they'd compliment each other well. The acetate transparency is flush with the page and the paper die cut is just adhered at the center of the body so there's a neat 3-D effect. Then I lightly traced the patterned paper design with Stickles glitter glue in the Patina color.
This is a double page spread, but I don't know why it uploaded so tiny on the page....technology. Anyhow I knew I really wanted to use the cool roller coaster paper from the collection but was searching for the right 2nd page. Turns out the perfect fit was a 2nd piece of roller coaster paper...they match up nearly seamlessly creating one long crazy ride. But I added a focal point with the die cut paper along the top edge and mixed and matched a few other patterns on the layout.
Then I added a collage of rub-ons from Glitz Design that are a fun vintage print. Layering rub ons was one technique I learned at the Glitz Design marathon a couple weeks ago. There are 8 rub ons layered here...an entire sheet to be exact. It was extra challenging because the taupe color is semi-sheer, but I still like the way it turned out.