Posted by: Kate | April 25, 2008

30-Minute Challenge

Over at ScrapHappy, there are 30 minute scrapbook page challenges on Thursdays. This is my first one. This week the challenge was:

create a layout in 30 minutes or less using:

-Something that’s been in your stash for a L-O-N-G time 

-A wallet-sized photo (you can use more, but at least one photo of this size)

-Your happy color!

I love these car pictures that my son took last year, and somehow this challenge made me think of them.

Layout created in 30 minutes? Check

Something in my stash a long time? The sticker letters have been in my stash for 6 years. Check (This was hard, as I don’t keep many things long, I tend to buy what I need and only have a small stash.)

Wallet size? Check

Happy Colour? I love green! Check

I drove some of my son’s cars on my black ink and then across the page — too fun. The paper comes from a giant box of decorative papers my friend got me (from C*co, I believe) for my birthday this year.

I have blocked my son’s name with that little piece of paper, and also my scanner is only 11.69 inches, so it cuts off the bottom edge. But I am very proud of myself that I finally figured out how to stitch a layout together after scanning it in two parts!

Thanks for the challenge, ScrapHappy. Just what I needed today.

 

 

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Responses

  1. Love this…especially nice your son took the photos! Kristen S

  2. This is fantastic, Kate! And the “wheel obsession” really cracks me up. Wow. You do good work.

  3. Woo hoo, someone got my pun!

    Thanks for the nice compliments.

  4. love those wheel marks..v ery celver way of embellishing the piece!

  5. This really is a cute layout! The wheel marks adds a nice touch.

  6. Cool layout. I love the wheel marks..super idea!

  7. Great LO! I love how you did the wheel tracks and the little b&w photos!


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