The title comes from a radio interview about tourism in the Cook Islands which said that most people who go to Rarotonga just want to 'fly and flop'. Exactly true in our case!
I'm really liking the sea shell stamps from SU By the Seashore. So versatile, they made a great border of embellishments stamped, cut out, edged in Early Espresso and raised on different number of dimensionals to layer up. Really nice for a beach/ tropical island theme. Used my envelope punch board to make the faux file folder as a way of introducing some of the ocean blue and flipper blue from the main photo into the page.
Paper: MME Sky's the limit, SU Early Espresso and Crumb Cake, Piece from American Crafts Mayberry: Strawberry Lemonade
Stamps and Ink: SU By the Seashore, SU Gorgeous Grunge, SU Rotary date stamper, CTMH Everyday Life stamps, Early Espresso ink, Marina Mist ink
Other bits: SU Essentials Hardware clip, SU Island Indigo baker's twine, Thickers chipboard letters, Peelcraft alphabet stickers, dimensionals, corner rounder punch.