Tuesday, February 6, 2018

February 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 are here to show you what mini-kits we've created using the original inspiration kit by Noel Mignon.

Weekend in Paris Classic Kit
There is also a Daily Diary Kit. Mini Counterfeit Kits can either be simply smaller versions of the main kit, or they can be specifically aimed at use as card kits, mini album kits, pocket style albums or planners. It's entirely up to you and, of course, you can use the mini-kit option whenever you like!

Let's see what our team have produced for the mini kit this month.

Susan loved the many shades of pink in the Noel Mignon kits so she filled her not-so mini kit with that color, along with some black & white embellishments:

Here is the first page she made - you can read all about it on her blog.

Leslie's starting point was the Crate Paper "Carousel" cut apart cards - the only piece of the kit that she owns. She got so excited about it that she fussy-cut them before she photoed her kit!

Last year was a big birthday that needed to be scrapped in a fun & playful way. Get the full story on her blog.

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


  1. Love these, ladies! That little camera stamps is so awesome! And Leslie, your layout is sweet and perfect!

  2. Nice kits and pages; very inspirational!

  3. Both inspiring ideas ladies, thank you :)


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