I worked on this layout yesterday. Now that I'm looking at it from a 'bird's eye view' it seems it needs one more thing. You can see (slightly) the little red dotted circle around the picture of my son. You're looking at his back. He's sitting on hubby's shoulders watching the parade at Disneyland. The red really shows up well in person but when looking at the layout as a whole there just isn't enough attention given where it's needed. Hmmm... an arrow I think. (dont you think?) and I guess I should add a proper title. The paper at the bottom is too jumbled to pick the "Love a Parade" out as the title.
Here is the back of the tag... I sewed on a pocket using page protector plastic and put our park hopper passes in it. On the reverse i attached a piece of cardstock and wrote about the day on it (see it above in the pocket).
I used Plantin Schoolbook's bracket to create a handle for the tag and sandwiched ribbon in between. Also... I used some brads to create "Mickey heads" to accent here and there.
No cut files... just sharing.
Cricut and Plantin Schoolbook cartridge
Patterend papers: SandyLion
Brads: primary colors (Oriental Trading Co)
Ribbons: JoAnns, Walmart
Stickles: Xmas Red