Friday, November 8, 2013

Hey...I can make THAT!

November Tutorials

Welcome to "Hey...I can make THAT!"  A monthly post to help you truly counterfeit many of the components of the current month's kit.  No need to go out and purchase...just use the supplies you already have to create some of the freshest and trendiest products out there.  Here you will find links to our amazing design team members' blogs and/or links to other craft sites on the web showing how to make these amazing products.

If you haven't seen this month's inspiration kit, Jenni Bowlin's October kit & add-ons, you must go here NOW!  So much wonderful inspiration!  But what if you feel like you are missing key components to a kit and you have no suitable subs from your stash?  No need to place a rush order to your favourite online store, just check out your Master Forgers' renditions of these scrappy items.

Vikki had some color changing fun this month and shows us how to change it up HERE.


Angela forged a digital cutting file and shows us how.

If you don't have a digital cutting machine, Lynnette found this tutorial on the October Afternoon blog that can show you how to make an "old school" pie graph.

Pie chart tutorial 3

Leslie S was inspired by...

Julene  was inspired to create a tag flower....
A great way to use up an ever growing collection of tags!

Jimjams - Blinging Up Buttons
Bling up your buttons with Jemma
And, last but not least, how about a little wooden tutorial?
Milissa uses stamps and ink to counterfeit the wooden veneers.

Thank you so much, ladies!  These are sure to put the finishing touches on some fabulous kits.  
Please show us your creations over on Mr. Linky.  We love to see where the inspiration takes YOU!


  1. Thanks everyone! Always inspiring :~)

  2. Off to check out some of these ideas - love the idea of incorporating a pie chart on a layout!


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