Saturday, January 18, 2014

Inspired?... You will be!

A trend that's been around for quite some time is adding pie-charts to your layouts and there are lots of examples around of self-made - and therefore simple to counterfeit - ways to incorporate them onto your pages. 

Let's start with a few page examples that I found - and love...

Source: Celine Navarro at Two Peas

Source: Marcy Penner at October Afternoon

Source: Ashely Horton at Two Peas in a Bucket 

Ashley uses the Two Peas digital cut files for hers but keep reading to the end of the post to see how you can create your own counterfeit cut files courtesy of our very own digital Queen, Angela.

Source: Amy Tan

Amy also shows you how she made up here pie chart (click the source link above)

Which brings me to tutorials. There are a lot of those around too, for example these couple...

Tutorial found at Scrapbook & Cards Today Magazine (source here)

Tutorial from Epiphany Crafts (source here)
And if that wasn't enough inspiration, Debbie Hodge provides us with more ideas over at Get It Scrapped.

Source: Debbie Hodge at Get It Scrapped

As promised, I'm going to leave you with a reminder of the tutorial our very own Digital Whizz Kid, Angela, created for us on her blog back in November for how to create your very own digital pie-chart cut files. Now that I have a Silhouette on the way (hope to receive it soon!), I know that I'll be checking this out again. Angela makes it look so easy and she assures me it is!

Source: Angela at Toucan Scraps

If you've been inspired to create a pie-chart page element or design on your page using your Counterfeit Kit Challenge kit, don't forget to share it over at our Mr Linky.  We'd love to see where the inspiration takes you.


  1. Love these ideas! Thanks so much for sharing!

  2. Wow! These all look fabulous.Will try them for sure.

  3. Never used my forged stencil in November. Guess I should look for it & use it this month!


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