"Ration-al" Pages

This is another spread that I keep going back to in the hopes that the muses will inspire me and tell me how to finish it.  For now, they are what they are.  The background began with green and blue acrylic paint "daubers" that I smooshed all over the pages, allowing the colors to mix.
The turquoise panel on the left-hand page came from a note card made from rag paper with a lovely floral pattern imprinted in gold ink.  Bubble wrap and white acrylic paint created the circle pattern and the bicycles were rub-ons from the dollar bins at Michaels. 
My favorite element is the page from a ration coupon book.  I haven't quite integrated it into the page yet, but I'll figure that out.  For now, I love the way that it adds a graphic element to the page.  The number 4s were done using stencils.  I'm pleased with the transparency of my layers in this spread.  I like that you can see the original page text peeking through here and there and that the bubble wrap design shows through the 4s. 
By the way...the ration coupons are a part of the collage sheets that I'm giving away in my first BLOG GIVE-AWAY CONTEST.  See my last few posts for more details.  Time's running out!