Thursday, April 18, 2019

April 2019 - Challenge #2 - Hidden!

Welcome back to our second challenge of the month where we encourage you to use the wonderful kit you've created and join in the fun!

A reminder of our inspiration kit this month:

Hip Kit Club March 2019 Main Kit

Challenge #2 - Hidden! 

Easter is coming and many little ones will be participating in Easter Egg Huts in the garden. Create you own "hunt" on your page by including some hidden elements on your page such as journaling, symbolism or more photos. Let the hunt begin!

Our Master Forgers have been having fun hiding elements on their pages so let's have a look to see what we can find...

Laura documented her little one hunting for Easter eggs, and she may have had some little bunny friends hiding in her flower patch...can you spot them?

Lisa went down the hidden symbolism route and incorporated colours, patterns, words and two specifically Alaska-based symbols on her page that are not immediately obvious.

Hidden in plain sight - can you spot them?

Tina hid some journaling on her layout. Go here to see the journaling

Leslie used some of her embellishmentz to hide the details of the day (to be provided by daughter) plus to hold an accordion of hidden additional photos - detail photo on left.

We always love to see your work, so please share your kits and projects with us!  

You can use our Monthly Link-up page, post them in our Facebook Community, or share them on Instagram (we are @counterfeitkitchallenge or tag us using#counterfeitkitchallenge and #ckcapril2019).


1 comment:

  1. This is a terrific prompt idea for springtime! Thank you to Master Forgers Laura, Lisa, Leslie, and Tina for their creative examples! Brilliant!


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