Many in the class were completing this digitally, and I must say, it's a sleek one to do that way. My 8.5 x 11 in. page is hybrid. I printed the mat on Bazill Orange Peel (still a favorite of mine). The "Hello" and "tae kwon do" colors were sampled from the photos. I wanted to use blue and red as those are the main colors used as part of TKD. In the circle, I borrowed an image from the Interwebs and placed in on a gray 1 inch circle. I then cut the mat with a 1-1/4 inch circle punch to give it a home. Note: the little guy has a white belt. I mounted the photos on Stampin' Up! cardstock (I think it's Real Red). The page base is a piece of patterned paper from the Pink Paislee Sweet Freedom collection. The other side is patriotic images and sayings. I chose the blue ombre quite purposefully. I think it shows transformation and increased strength, like when students work through their TKD belts. Cathy stacked her "Hello" sentiment. I felt like the red was emphasized enough, so there's just one layer there.