I did not do the normal add foam strips bit. I used a page protecter and Scor tape. It can also be sealed with a empty hot glue gun or a "We R Memory Keepers Fuse" tool. I won't spend $26 on a tool I know I will rarely use. It looks great if you happen to do Project Life.
I stamped and masked my images and colored with Alcohol Markers then die cut using my largest circle. I also die cut the white frame using my largest and second largest circle dies.
I cut the base of 4.25" X 11" and scored at 5.5" from Pure Luxury Turquoise Sea. The other piece I cut to have 2 4.25" X 5.5" pieces.
Using the second largest die I cut from one of the smaller pieces of the Turquoise Sea then embossed it. Then on the other smaller piece of Turquoise Sea, I positioned the colored image and glued on.
I used the corner of my page protector so I only had to seal 2 sides and made a rectangle large enough to more than cover the circle. I added the Scor tape and sealed only 1 side, filled (I used some Stampendous Shaved Ice and sequins) then closed up the top.
I used Scor tape to adher the edges over the colored image. I also adhered the cut and embossed layer using Scor tape on the outside edges and top (any where the plastic was) and did the rest with Tombow Xtreme tape runner. With the 2 pieces adherred I added the white frame and rounded the bottom corners. Adhered all to a Turquoise Sea base and rounded the bottom corners.
I used stamps from several sets.
The dragonfly came from GKD "Spring Blessings"
Leaf, swirly flower and butterfly came from GKD "Warm Spring Wishes"
The sentiment from GKD "Frame and Flowers 2"
The tiny flower from GKD "Triple Play Frame"