Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Hey...I Can Make THAT!

January 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, Hip Kit Club's December kit here  & Freckled Fawn's December 2013 OHDEERME Kit here!  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.

Leslie has these to offer:

Lesley had a go at the chipboard shapes

Julene has made her own flair buttons
Here's the link to her blog.  

Our lovely guest designer Tara has come up with a small tutorial to counterfeit the Studio Calico Print Shop scripty transparency words.
  Check her blog for more details here.

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

P.S. Here's a little extra tutorial that might help you with Challenge #1 from Jemma:

Jimjams - Tagxedo Word Art for Project Life


  1. Well done ladies. Thanks for sharing all those good ideas. I am exhausted now from just about reading them.

  2. Wow! what a brilliant batch of ideas to play with! Thanks ladies :o)

  3. I really like the counterfeits this month! great job fellow forgers, very inspirational


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