Here is the sketch...
I wanted to point out one thing on my page, a trick I learned from an MDS Monday participant Wendie Waldman (thanks Wendie). Wendie used a ticket embellishment on a page a while back, and she changed to ticket to actually show the place she visited (here is her page). I loved that idea and tucked it away for future use. Well, the day finally came. The paper I used for my page actually looked like this...
I used a punch to cover the words, I had a curved banner from "Hello Fall" and I used it twice, once facing each way, and color
matched it to the background with the color picker. If you don't have a punch that works for you, you can use the brush tool to fill in the space.
I then made a curved line and attached my text to the curved line. There is a great video for this on the MyDigitalStudio.net site.
Here is the line I added. Then you just click on your text, hold down your shift key and click on the line, then the "attach the text to the line" option will appear when you right click. You can then get rid of the line by reducing your opacity to zero. The video is great and explains the whole thing.
Well, I hope you tuck that trick away for someday when it will come in handy. And I hope you head over to the MDS Monday site to play along with our sketch this week. We can't wait to see what you come up with!