Evidence used is just about the whole list;
-stripes - on the journal spot behind the picture, found at Marshall's as part of some invitation kit
-rolled paper (inspired by the straws)
-wood/woodgrain - oodles of wood and woodgrain; the pink background, the letter "m" and the stamp behind the white My Minds Eye hexagon paper
-something transparent - the pink seed beads on the top left hand corner near the banner and the pink bauble as the flower center
-use paint and then sand some off of it - I used paint to stamp the woodgrain onto the background. The sanding wasn't so successful but done.
-place something at an angle - the frame and papers behind the picture are all angled
-something with a weathered look - the weathered wood and the chipboard flowers are "weathered"
-a pocket with elements sticking out - I have elements sticking out of the rolled edges, not a pocket. Loosely, the edges could be interpreted as pockets however...
My journaling is inspired by the labeling prompt in testimony. In fact, it's the full inspiration behind the layout "purpose".
Detail pics and the full monty of my journaling can be found on my blog at http://lifestrivialities.typepad.com/lifes_trivialities/2012/07/life-notes.html
Thanks for looking and another great week of inspiration! Tickled pink that this site exists!!