My favorite alphabet is Big Deal, but Well Worn comes in an extremely close second. I got this set (actually both of them) for FREE for having good sales totals during Sale-A-Bration two years ago, but I am just now coming into my own with it (hey, I'm a slow learner). I've always enjoyed the distressed look, and this alphabet is perfect for it.
This scrapbook page is so simple--just take two Bashful Blue 12x12 sheets and add a 12x12 Confetti White sheet that has been cut in half, across the upper middle of both pages. Add a sheet of 8.5x11 Night of Navy that has been cut into quarters for the photo mats, and you'll need one more 2x5.5 piece for the left hand page. I stapled Night of Navy narrow Grosgrain along the top to enhance the horizontal feel.
Oh, forgot--before you actually glue anything to the page, you should stamp the headline along the lower right hand corner. Little tip--start the with final letter of the word and work your way backwards. That way you won't have to worry about running out of space before you run out of letters in your word! I used Night of Navy ink here to match the photo mats. Then I used my new ZIG Painty pen in the silver tip to add shadows to each letter to make them pop out. And sponged everything liberally, because that is what I do.
I accent everything with the small star punch matted on two nested circles, which I felt kind of went with the Air Force/Navy look that they page was taking on. I used Brushed SIlver cardstock to continue with the metallic theme of the staples Then I made a little vellum pocket to put a tag in, stapled that to the page as well. You can really go nuts with staples once you get started. I love that they add an accent AND save you on adhesive. But I'm cheap that way. I did hear of a cool tip--you know how they sell colored staples now? You can color ordinary ones with Sharpies and get the same look for a lot cheaper and without having to change the stapler all the time. Cool!
Other accents included the Spiral Notebook punch along the side of the little tag, the Round Tab punch for a pull on it (with an eyelet set with the new Crop A Dile) and a crimped strip of vellum down the right hand underneath the star embellishments. I must have been trying to use every accessory I owned when I designed this page!