I wasn't as motivated last weekend as I had hoped to be. I did some things around the house, but it wasn't much in the creative vein. That's okay, I still have the stack of pages I've completed sitting out to remind me I have recently been creative. That, and there's so much dust from the recent projects around the house, it's the safest, dust-free zone at the moment.
This layout was created using the SCT Easy-Detailed-Expert Class, Week One's sketch. I simply mirrored the single page layout to create two and, without checking, I'm pretty sure I upped the photo count. I used Jillibean's Egg Drop Soup which was in a Bigger Apron Strings kit in 2010 - I'd guess is was a March or April kit. The photos are of my, now, 15 y.o., back in 2006 when he was just six.
I had used most of this kit on previous layouts, so there wasn't much left embellishment-wise. But there are enough photos, and action in the photos, that too much might have been too much. It could probably use some journaling - it's for said son's book - but it's been so long I have no idea what I'd say. The upside of not remembering is that the photos are fairly self-explanatory. You see what he's doing. You see what's in his basket. And you can tell what he's into simply by the look on his face - Star Wars. And they're minis so he's super psyched. For him, the smaller the better.
Huh - I think that's my journaling. LOL.