Thursday, July 12, 2018

July 2018 - Challenge #1 - Forget Me Not

Hello, everyone!

We all have them - those tools and embellishments that get pushed to the side and are collecting dust. Pull out those forgotten tools and embellishments and put them to use - punches, brads, buttons, ribbon, rub-ons, dies or die cutting machines, etc. Show those forgotten items some love again!

Here's a look at some of the forgotten items that our Guest Designer and Master Forgers put to use:

Guest Designer Sandy used several tools on her layout - a border punch that she layered up in three different patterned papers, an Ampersand punch and she got out her Cuddlebug and created her title. She added lots of different embellishments and twine (which she doesn't use often enough) as well. She created this with her Summer Fun kit. You can read more about it on her blog - It's A Family Affair.

Julene has used her distressing tool and pinecone ink on a vintage layout.
Here's her layout
Full details are on her blog.

Lori pulled out her old paper crimper, red gems, and a label punch for her Fourth of July layout. You can read more about it on her blog here.

Tina - Pulled out some brads to add to the embellishing that she used from her Travel Notes inspired layout you can see more detail photos of the layout on her blog:

Leslie rediscovered some long-forgotten punches. Can you find them on her page?

Read more about it HERE

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 @counterfeitkitchallenge and share with #counterfeitkitchallenge).

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