Between the ultrasound photos that were cut into triangles, I used Pinkfresh Studio ombre washi, including one space where I did a bit of journaling. For the other spaces, I added a bunch of wood veneers.
When I first started scrapbooking, I would sometimes print out my layout journaling from the computer because I was such a perfectionist. I switched over to doing handwritten journaling for pretty much every layout because I felt like the handwriting is more meaningful looking back on layouts down the road, in a way that printed journaling just isn't. That also means I occasionally make mistakes when journaling, which I've learned to live with or figure out how to creatively fix.
Before I did the journaling on washi tape, I did some quick research on what kind of markers worked on washi tape without smearing (primarily this "Best means of writing on washi tape?" question on the Studio Calico forums) and the consensus was the American Crafts Slick Writers. I also found, after some quick Googling, this Writing on Washi Tape post comparing different pens and markers on washi tape that seems helpful.
Paper: Bazzill Basics white, green, blue, and yellow cardstock; American Crafts Dear - Lizzy Neapolitan - Hazy Horizon patterned paper; My Mind's Eye - Cut and Paste Collection - Adorbs - Hello - Greet patterned paper
Embellishments: Elle's Studio wood veneer; Pinkfresh Studio wood veneer; Pinkfresh Studio plastic alphabet; My Mind's Eye - Find Your Wings and Fly - Sky's the Limit alphabet stickers
Stamps: Pinkfresh Studio ampersand banner; Teresa Collins wood dot
Tools: Silhouette Cameo; American Crafts Slick Writers; Jo-Ann black embossing powder
Ink: Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist; Tsukineko VersaMark clear pigment ink