Saturday, October 6, 2018

October 2018 - Mini-kit Reveal

October's The Wild Hare Kits inspiration kit has been described by one team member as if there are two kits in one. Perhaps only part of it appeals to you, or you are finding a full kit this month a burden rather than a pleasure. If so, follow some of the Master Forgers in a pared down version!

Guest Designer Becca Sadler jumped right in and made a darling mini-kit for a special project chronicling the "Sadler Siblings" in a creative file folder photo pocket.

Susan created a truly "mini" mini kit:

She used it to make this page, which stars a misprinted photo:

You can get all the details on her blog post here.

And Lisa created a small kit of products to continue catching up with her 2017 Project Life. Three sheets of patterned paper, the die-cuts she featured in the Forgery on the Fourth post, some stickers and sequins, along with some letters and a handful of left over embellishments - as always, it looks more than it really is.

Sorry for the bad photo quality - late as always and therefore bad light!

Rather than trying to complete the full double page Project Life spread, she decided to make up a few decorative cards that she will use during the month she's planning to catch up on.

You can find out how she picked out the items for her mini kit and see some more details over here on her blog.

Don't forget to return on the 12th & the 18th for our Challenge projects to help you use up those goodies in your counterfeit kit.

As always, 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 this contrast in mini kit sizes and I guess it all depends on how big your first kit is that determines how "small" your mini can be. Fantastic project by MF Susan and MF Lisa!! Woo-hoo!!!

    1. MF Leslie: thanks for adding my mini kit and project to the post! Appreciate the recognition!


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