Saturday, May 7, 2022

May 2022 Happy {I}NSD - Challenge #8 - Use your punches and dies to create focal point for your layout

Welcome to {i}NSD at The Counterfeit Kit Challenge!

For my challenge I want you to create a focal point with your punches or dies on your layout. You can even use your die cutting matching to cut out the flowers, plants, soccer ball, tennis ball, or how about some tools for guys in your life.   

For my supplies I am using white cardstock, dark blue and green cardstock, Craft Smith - Corner Office (2019) polka dot paper, a scrap of Best Creations Inc - glitter paper, buttons, flowers, pearls, sequins. For my tools I am pulling in the Spellbinders Dahlia dies, and the Hero Arts Infinity Ovals. I don't remember the last time I used the Dahlia die set.

I used the oval die to cut out of the glitter cardstock the vase for my flowers and then cut off the top and bottom of the oval. 

I use the Dahila die as a mat for the vases. I even have a couple of the punched and die cut flowers from previous kit as the inside of my flowers.

I had enough of the pattern paper left over so do a 8 1/12 x 11 for my yourngest son. The pictures are of Mother's day last year. We were up at my oldest son mkeing sure that Katie had a Mother's day.

Thanks for stopping by.

Don’t forget to link up over on the {i}NSD posts in our Counterfeit Kit Community Facebook Community  for this and ALL the following challenges to come for a chance to be entered in our prize draw!

 You can also share over at Instagram where you can can find us @counterfeitkitchallenge and/or tag us using #counterfeitkitchallenge and #ckcINSD2022

Also a reminder about our PRIZE DRAW for a chance of winning a 1st prize of $25 voucher and 2nd prize of $15 voucher to your online scrapbook store of choice. 

All you have to do is link up your kits and/or creations on the {i}NSD posts over at the Counterfeit Kit Community Facebook Community

You have until MIDNIGHT on SUNDAY 15th MAY to play along and link up before we throw all your names into a hat and pull the lucky winners!

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