I only knew that we needed the pictures and what sizes they should be. I was still fussing at five minutes to the hour to figure out what pictures I wanted to scrap. I came across these pictures of Shane when he was little (where does the time go?) and I had to put them to paper. By then, I had already lost 3 minutes!! Well, I grabbed some no-fail Echo Park and delved into this Little Boy kit that I purchased a couple months ago. I so love matching papers and elements! I cut the "button" background mat for starters. When I added the border stickers, I curled them up a bit for dimension and added buttons. There I was counting buttons - and I had just enough of the same size and color that I wanted. I diecut some leaves from my Slice Think Pink card for further embellishment.
I did this quickly, but I can say that I will not change a thing. Well, why would I when the focal point is that million dollar smile? I can tell you that at 21, he still has that million dollar smile!
So fun to do a one-hour challenge! I learned what I waste time on and what I could do more quickly without diddling so much. And I am so grateful for this Echo Park Little Boy kit. The most difficult thing was picking out which papers I would use. They are all so cute!!