Monday, March 4, 2019

March 2019 - Forgery on the Fourth

Our fresh inspiration kit:

The 2018 Spring kit from Scrapbook & Cards Today "Blue Skies & Butterflies" kit HERE

 Fresh & bright. Lots of glittered words & some floral embellishments begging to be counterfeited! Will anyone tackle the gingham paper using washi?!? or the adorable curlicued frames? hmmm....

Let's learn a little from the Masters...

Susanne tried various ways to turn acrylic words into glittered acrylic words - which was tricky because Susanne doesn't own any loose glitter.  Here you see what she used on this final attempt - more details on the process can be found on her blog.  

What do you think of the final look?  

She called it shabby chic glitz.

Find out more over on her blog here

Leslie has forged the brush lettered paper plus dimensional pinwheels inspired by the stamp set.


Laura was also inspired by the pinwheel stamp and made some of her own, along with some diy chipboard butterflies, inspired by the little wood veneer ones featured in the kit

Cindy made a couple of the glittery frames and a few different butterflies inspired by the kit, check out her post here.

Tina forged the Pink Paislee: Pick Me Up Paper 19 the paper with the stamped frames. Creating her own version check out the post here.

Don't forget that we love to see your kits and projects so you can show us through our Link-Up page, share them in our Facebook Community, or post them on Instagram (tag us: @counterfeitkitchallenge and use #counterfeitkitchallenge and #ckcmarch2019).  Come back here on the 12th - we'll be sharing our first challenge to help you use up your personally crafted March kit! See you then!


  1. Wow ladies - there are some fabulous ideas here!

  2. Wonderful ideas for copy cats from the Master Forgers!! I like the variety!


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