i mostly used the gorgeous french ooh la la paper kit i got during the house of 3 birthday sale a couple of weeks ago. i laid everything out in printshop, played with it, sized it, and then printed the individual bits on plain white cardstock and glossy photo paper so i could reassemble them. i added in a few "real life" enhancements, like lace and ribbon flower trim along the edge, real jet beads on the birdcage, and handstitched swirls.
of course you know i love to use foam tape for dimension--the artisan label is on two layers, the birdcage on a third; then finally, i finished off with a bit of machine stitching around the panels for extra texture! i am pretty pleased with this one, actually. and of course the best part about digi is, you can use the same ingredients as many times as you want, in as many different ways as you can come up with, and you only need to print the projects you like! niiiiiice. :)