Thursday, May 8, 2014

Hey...I Can Make THAT!

May 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.
This month we have a three choices from the April Paper Camellia Kit as seen here, here and here.  
Are you a traditional scrapbooker?  Do you like to art journal?  Project Life more your thing?  There's a kit for everyone!  And lots of kits mean lots of forgeries going on over at CKC Design Team Central.  Let's see what our lovely Master Forgers have up their sleeve this month...

LesleyG made her own map paper by simply printing onto a patterned 12x12
By doing this she has personalised the paper and you can see
the resulting layout HERE

Angela was inspired by the globe pieces and made her very own digital stamp.
She tells us that it's very simple to do and has put a tutorial together to show us how here.
AND Angela's even created a free printable of the stamp she created for us to use (available until 29th May) that you can download from her blog here.

Leslie S had a bit of a misfire with one of her forgeries.
 Check it out here - plus a few successes!

Now, all of these tutorials should keep you busy to complete your kit.  Remember to keep us in mind for your future forging needs.  Labels on the posts help you reference and search for tutorials in the future.  Think of us as your one-stop resource for inspiration AND tutorials!

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