Saturday, August 18, 2018

August 2018 - Challenge # 2 - Mix and Match Journaling or Title

We have them in our stash - alphabet stickers, word stickers, stamps, dies and even punches. The challenge is to use at least two different alphabet styles for your title or journaling. I've created another Pinterest board for some inspiration. After creating the Pinterest board it looks like I should also include fonts and wood veneers. Here are a couple of examples:

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Guest Designer Doreen decided to join in the fun and create a layout for this challenge also. Please check out her blog here.

Master Forger Lisa was inspired by the words found on the b-side of one of her kit papers and then built up her multi-alphabet title from there. One fussy cut word plus four different alphabet stickers as well as several different wordy embellishments not to mention her handwriting makes for a very wordy layout! You can find out more on her blog here.

Master Forger Tina was inspired by 2 of the fonts in her kit for her layout to create a fun title about the start of the day. Find out the story here at her blog

Master Forger Laura used 4 different styles of foam alpha stickers to create her title and to quote her 4 year old son! 

Master Forger Leslie has five different fonts on here without any alpha stickers!

Learn more about it HERE

We love seeing your work, so be sure to share your kits and project with us. You can do this by using the Link-Up page here on the blog, posting the Counterfeit Kit Challenge Facebook Community Group or on Instagram (you can find us @counterfeitchallenge and share with #counterfeitchallenge)

Thanks for stopping by! We love seeing your creations so be sure to share.

1 comment:

  1. What a great idea to add interest, movement, and fun to a layout or card!!!


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