Monday, 6 February 2012

60 seconds

That's how long it took for him to learn to ride a bike.

1st of January we took my son to the park with the new bike he got from Santa. My son never wanted to try, because he was afraid of falling, never let us remove the training wheels of his older bike. But Santa gave him a brand new bike - only slightly bigger than his old one - without them because he was sure my son was ready. And he was!

* cardstock: Bazzill
* patterned paper: My Mind's Eye
* rubb ons: Chatterbox
* letters stickers: American Crafts 
* font: Courier New
* tools: punch - Woodware (circle under the asterisk), tiny attacher.
* other: textured white paper, foam adhesive, scrappy glue

I love that paper, it is spotty and glittery!
I used one of my homemade kits.  It is great to use old stuff like the rubbons over the photo as well as my newer stuff.

I scrap slow and use little embellishments so two layouts after, the "kit" still looks intact. Yes, I am aware that at this rate, these two kits will last forever. Scary thought!


Sabrina said...

That's certainly a milestone worth marking. The look on his face is fantastic!!

Maria Jordan-Lloyd said...

I agree with Sabrina - the look on your son's face is fantastic! He makes me smile - such joy! Love the title too!