Tuesday, March 6, 2018

March 2018 - Mini Kit Reveal

Are you feeling overwhelmed by the idea of a big kit this month? Perhaps you just want to pull together a few products to get those creative juices flowing.  Maybe a mini kit is the answer and we're here to show you the mini kits we've created using Susan's Little Bits of Happy Kit as our inspiration.  Here's one more look at her kit:

Mini Counterfeit Kits can be either smaller versions of the main kit, or specifically aimed for use as card kits, mini album kits, pocket-style albums, or planners.  It's up to you and of course, you can use the mini kit option whenever you like!

Let's see what Master Forgers Cindy and Julene have put together for their mini kits.

Cindy pulled out some 4 1/2 x 6 1/2 paper and a used sheet of 12x12 for her kit.

She is documenting a long weekend trip using Project Life pages.

She has the details on her blog along with more pages.

Julene has used only small SCRAPS. She chose papers that mirrored the original kit.

After adding these embellishments,
She has started on her travel journal

There will be more on her blog throughout the month. Some will have photos, some are journaling only.

Again, please show us what you put together, when it's a mini kit or the full size version.  You can add it to our Link-Up page here, post it in our Facebook Community here, or share it on Instagram using #counterfeitkitchallenge and #ckcmarch2018.


  1. Thanks for the inspiration ladies, I may try a mini kit this month as I'm a bit short of time but don't want to miss out on the fun altogether! :o)

  2. It's so interesting that you each focused on a different color from the inspiration kit - both of your mini-kits are lovely and I like the way you've used them for your projects, too.


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