With the above card I wanted to demonstrate how you can create a neutral but visually interesting background with the weaving. I chose similar colors and the weaving pattern is just the basic checker board. I love the look it creates--at first glance it looks like a boring beige background, but when you look closely you can see the weaving of the different pattern papers.
For this card I used more contrast in the colors I selected and I used a bolder larger weaving pattern. This one is called the ladder pattern.
Here are a couple of scrapbook pages. On the above page, again, I used more contrasting colors so that the fun chevron weaving pattern would show through. In order for this large pattern to translate well and come through I had to design my page so that the major elements were in opposite corners. The dark border frames the beautiful weaving pattern and draws the eye to it.
For this page I went with a monochromatic color scheme echoing the circular beach pod in the photo with a circular frame for the beautiful patchwork weaving pattern.
The colors and patterns in this kit coordinate with all of Anna's papers (and any other papers you may have on hand) and they fit together beautifully.