Here's the layout I made:
I love those poppies!
To make the background, I first swiped behind the photo with gesso then dabbed Dusty Attic paint through a feathers stencil, changing to a green ink every now and then. I then took a leaf chippie, held it with jewellery pliers and dabbed it in black paint. I then stamped the leaf above and beneath my photo, re-applying the paint each time. Using chippies as stamps is a great way to extend the use of your products.
Did you see the heart below the photo? That's actually a waste piece from the Fancy Flourish #2 set. Always look at the pieces you remove from chippies and see if there's anything useful in the waste!
I also used some Metallic Melts on the second word of the title, half of the large heart and the heart on the arrow. This adds a bit of funky glam to the page. Try adding it to just half or a part of a shape for a unique feature.
That Heart Attack panel is great. By popping out the inner hearts you can get three different heart designs from the one panel.
Here are the Dusty Attic products I used:
Leaves #2 DA1342 Poppies DA1289 Mini Captions #7 DA1386
Heart Attack Panel small #1 Feathers and Arrows Stencil Fancy Flourish #2
DA1203 DA1327 DA0415
Heart Arrows #1 DA1016 Foliage #3 Dusty in Colour Paints in Oceania, Jungle green and Soot