Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Hey...I can make THAT!

July 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 counterfeit these must-have products.

Our kit du jour, "Balboa" is brought to you by Noel Mignon.  Take a look at what it has to offer.

Balboa Kit

Let's see how you can create some of these pretties with the help of your Master Forgers.

Jemma had a go at reproducing the bright colours against black backgrounds of the Hazel & Ruby Chalk It Up Supplies (with mixed success) here:

You may be wondering how you can get your hands on some felt roses like the lime green one featured in the inspiration.  Lynnette found a tutorial via Pinterest on this blog here.  Certainly looks easy enough!

felt flower tutorial

Enamel dots still seem to be a mainstay in many of our monthly kits.  They are included in this month's kit as well.

In case you haven't seen the latest craze in scrappy DIY, you MUST check out this video for making your own enamel dots using Perler beads.  An inexpensive children's craft product that can also double as a scrapbook embellishment?  YES, please!  Check out the Youtube video here.

Angela and her daughter have made a SMASH Styled Travel Journal. Angela has been sharing the process with us on her blog.

Leslie has forged her own mini-line of papers this month 
along with some of the kit goodies HERE.

LesleyG has created 3 items for her kit this month.
See what she made HERE
(at time of going to press Blogger would not allow pictures to be added)

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