Whenever I'm stuck for a way to start a page, I go to grids. They are a foolproof way to get a design rolling. And while you may think of a grid as a perfectly aligned, centered, and linear framework, I promise you, no rulers are required!
This loose grid design was a result of layering lots of patterned paper squares. I hand trimmed several of the BasicGrey Soleil papers to approximately 2.5 inches square (the same size as my photos). I added a stitched border around each one, but you could omit this step or add faux stitching with a fine-tip pen if you don't want to pull out the sewing machine.
Once my squares were complete, I just started layering them randomly in the center of my page. I used foam adhesive to pop some of them up slightly. I love the depth and dimension this adds to the page!
My title is a die-cut script font (Great Vibes) that I arched slightly before cutting it from white cardstock. I added a few mini alpha stickers to complete it along with one tiny pink rhinestone.
I used the plain backside of the buttons (rather than the painted front) to keep things clean and simple. Because on Saturdays...I'm all about the simple. Enjoy your weekend!