I don't own an electronic die-cut machine (yet - I'm hoping to get one eventually!) but was able to get a similar look by cutting several (well, more than several) open leaf springs with my manual die-cut machine and layering them into a wreath. I used a liquid adhesive in just one or two spots on each sprig to give my page a more dimensional look.
The second page lists the things that say "summer" to me. It has no photos but features many of the labels, tags, die-cuts and printable pieces in the kit:
My doodled rectangular boxes provide homes for my journaling strips and embellishments. That little die-cut camera was one of my favorite pieces in the kit:
Filling in each block was fun - I liked moving items around and mixing and matching until I found just the right combination for each box. I even used some of the exclusive washi tape to fill the background of one of the rectangles.
The third page has a clean and simple design:
Centering all the elements is one of my favorite techniques and it helps me put a page together in very little time. I combined a wood veneer speech bubble with one of the subscriber printables to serve as my title:
Then I just added some paper strips, a branding strip, stamps, washi tape and a flair. I kept my journaling quick and easy too.
I made three more layouts with this kit, so stay tuned - I'll be back soon to share them!