This past weekend, I attended a LCOM crop and participated in not one, but two one-hour challenges. Once again, for me, it's not about following the sketch to a 't', but rather having a starting point to... get 'er done! Here are the layouts I created during the one-hour challenges:
Now, I will admit, I did take some time after the challenges to hand-stitch those straight lines as well as fussy-cut that chevron pattern. However, most of the elements were cut and committed in one hour. YAY!
What products do we have here? Most are from the Fancy Pants' True Friend collection (patterned paper, 6X6 paper pad, sequins, sticker fundamentals, label stickers, button set, and ephemera pack). I did add some Jillibean Soup Soup Staples III patterned paper along with some pieces from some Crate Paper and Echo Park collections. I also added a Pink Paislee circle grid, Maya Road chipboard hexagons wrapped in My Mind's Eye washi tape, Elizabath Craft Designs peel-off stickers, American Crafts alphas, Tim Holtz rubons, We R Memory Makers staples, a Wilton doily, and yes, stitching using my Bazzill Basics stitching template with some DMC floss (big shout out to my sister, Ginette, who had the perfect shade of orange floss!). Sketches by Becky Fleck over at PageMaps.
So, with this all of this in mind, I totally dare you to scrap a layout in one hour. You can ABSOLUTELY do it! Choose a sketch and a photo or two or three or... and GO! The clock's a ticking! Hee!Hee!