Saturday, April 6, 2019

April 2019 - Mini Kit Reveal and Projects

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 again. Maybe a mini kit is the answer!

Today we'll be sharing a couple of mini kits and projects to give you a little inspiration with you.

First, here's a little reminder of the kit we're using as our April inspiration:

Hip Kit Club March 2019 Main Kit

A mini kit can be a smaller version of the main kit, or a small kit specifically curated for use as a page kit, card-making, a mini album, pocket scrapbooking or planning. Whatever works best for you! We are all about using up our supplies so whatever fits into your schedule - you can use the mini kit option at any time you like!

Let's take a look and see what Master Forgers Julene and Susan put together this month.


I've selected a very small part of the Hip Kit. The yellow floral paper plus the black and whites.

I also found some co-ordinating embellishments

With this mini kit, I managed 2 pages and used everything except the big black bow.

The back of the floral paper was a soft apricot spotted paper.

Here's 2 layouts of my parent's honeymoon, back in 1942.

Susan's mini kit is heavy on paper:

And she used bits of every one, and some of the "B" sides and branding strips, too:

You can get all the details on her blog here.

 Come back for more fun later in the month!
  • March 12th & 18th:  We'll give you two challenges to help you use the kit you've made.

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 and you can tag us using 
#counterfeitkitchallenge and #ckcapril2019).

1 comment:

  1. Wonderful mini kits-focused blog post! Great work putting the post together, Leslie, and the creativeness of Susan and Julene!


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