Thursday, August 29, 2013

Kill that Kit!

No, we have not turned Mafia on you.  I do know that it is just as easy to "collect" handmade kits as it is to collect purchased ones.  How about you?  Do you have older kits piling up?  I know I have a few.

So our choices are:
1.  To disassemble them back into our stash
2.  Use them up...we did go to all the trouble of making them, after all.

My plan is to have a post at the end of the month full of ideas to use up that kit!  Hopefully before we break out our stash and Counterfeit  new one.  Let's get going!

Challenge Ideas:

1.  Be Inspired by Centenary Celebrations
2.  Layout about Top 100
3. Be inspired by 100 items
4.  Be Inspired by the Song 100 Years
5. Confetti Challenge
6.  Allison Davis Free Sketch
7.  A Little Bit of Twine Love
8.  Holiday Card Inspiration
9.  Self Portrait Challenge
10.  10 Minute Craft Dash Challenge

How about a little Pinterest Inspiration?

Nettio Designs

Creating Keepsakes

Debbie Hodge

Tammy Harp at The ScrapRoom

Summers Family is 4-Ever Layout_Mega Meet
Jillibean Soup

Scrapbook and Cards Today

Pocket Full of Hearts
Darlene Design


  1. I love this idea and love all these inspirations you've posted!

  2. FABULOUS links, really inspirational...thank you:):):)

  3. Can't wait to browse your gallery of inspiration!

  4. Great ideas there.Must get cracking on something.

  5. Love this idea. I do have kits piling up. I'm trying a few of these!

  6. Loving those ideas, that heart card is so simple and yet so very effective :)

  7. Great ideas & love the "Pinspiration" you shared :) I opted to add the remaining scraps from my kit to my "school days" kit. I'm looking forward to creating again with September's kit.

  8. I too have Iris boxes with kits stacking up. Not ready to dismantle them. Ah but fall is coming and with it, scrapping weather.

  9. Last week,I took all my may, june and july CKCB unused kit pieces and redid all of them into new kits...added stuff I had hanging around on the table and in ziplocks and I got about 7 new kits made!!


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