On my desk:
I hate taking things apart and reworking... I am a once done, leave it alone gal. I will push things around on the page, cut, trim, make additions, walk away for a day, slide other papers under, flop a ribbon on top. In other words, decisive and me--not always a team!
Anyway, I had this layout put together at the Scrapathon, a--n--d then I took it all apart when I got home and looked at it the next day. Reworked it on a quieter background and am happier with it now., but it's still not quite there. It's the darned ribbon freaking me out again. Need the ribbon, the story is about the ribbon. So I am thinking another swoosh of ribbon that kind of curls up at the end. (Keeping fingers crossed this does it for me this time around.) Lesson learned--take my own advice---and put it all together like a puzzle--without adhesive, until you are happy with it. duh
The layout is sweet, it will not be one of those wow--love that layout types though and I am ok with that. I just have to finish the ribbon up rippling it over onto page 2. And then somehow when I took everything apart I lost two of the little pinwheel thing-ys. Now seriously, how does this stuff just disappear???? But it's ok.
Used paper from Basic Grey's Sweet Threads line on this and again some of their older chipboard alphas (which I really wish they would make more of---are you listening Basic Grey??? probably not, but there's always hoping, huh?)