And here are the steps I used to make it. When, I opened the package, I found an outer box with a lid and several small inner boxes. You can configure the inner boxes in different ways or you can leave some out as I did.First, I used a thin layer of inexpensive white acrylic paint from a craft store to white-wash the inner boxes and outer frame.
Next, I pulled out some mists from Tattered Angels, tested the colors on plain white paper flowers, then began misting the box. I laid some netting over one corner as a mask.
The last step was to gather some journaling cards and stickers from Echo Park. I used three different lines: Summer Days, Little Boy and Playground, putting things at different layers and heights in the box. Then I borrowed a white convertible Matchbox car from my son for the bottom right and raised the car on foam squares.
After the inner boxes were decorated, I glued them in and covered the project with the frame I had misted. The last step was to add a few Echo Park stickers to the outer frame. Below is a more detailed look at the left and right sides of the configurations box.
This project was featured on the Echo Park blog on 6/2/2011. You can find the EP blog entry here: http://echoparkpaper.blogspot.com/2011/06/i-spy-echo-park.html#more