Hey, good job. I think we all started with some blinking LEDs. And even if you are able to build more complex circuits, sometimes you come back for such blinking LEDs.
Like I did for my little bus sniffer, that looks just similar to your circuit:
The little board that is connected to the ZIF socket. It was a quick hack to be able to check the correct connectivity of address- and data-lines of my eeprom programmer.
So don't give up. Making simple PCBs can be done easily at home with simple methods like "toner transfer" method, even etching can be done with things you find at home (see here
). Also soldering SMD parts is easier then is seems. I tried this too, some months ago:http://www.ichbinzustaendig.de/2012/12/08/smd-platine-im-tonertransfer-teil-1.html
The good thing for SMD PCBs is, that you don't need to drill holes. If you get stucked, this forum is always a good source for help.