Tuesday, February 6, 2024

February 2024 - Mini Kits Reveal and Project

 Is a full-sized kit not your thing? Or perhaps, you have a vacation planned this month to beat the winter blues & won’t have much time to craft. Whatever the reason, there’s still inspiration to be found for curating a mini-kit from your stash to play along with us! 

As a reminder, here is the kit we are focused on this month: 

Master Forger Laurie is providing us with the mini kit project for February! You can find more of her work here

I’m a more is more kind of gal so making a mini kit was a challenge for me. I saw two possibilities with this month’s kit. The browns make me think of Autumn; the blues and yellow of Spring. I chose papers mostly from the browns and blues with a pop of yellow. Since I already had the sticker book, 6x8 paper pad and an embellishment pack from this collection I included those in my kit along with some 12x12 papers, random alphas, enamel dots and titles from my stash.  I even included metal dies. Spoiler alert, I only use one. 

 I created 7 layouts and 4 cards. I sometimes start with a sketch, but don’t always stick to it.

That raincoat embellishment just had to be used with this photo.

I used stamps to create coffee stains and spills.


       I was so happy to finally use the wood veneer title on this Thanksgiving layout.

I used a die for my part of my title.

I used different word phrases to create my title.

I used a grid style layout for this one.

I’m not typically a card maker, however it’s a great way to use scraps.

 12th February - Challenge #1

 18th February - Challenge #2 

 22nd February - Challenge #3 Let's Get Sketchy Challenge 

 24th February - Follower Showcase

 26th February - March Sneak Peek

 27th February - Challenge #4 Baby, Use Those Scraps Challenge

Feeling inspired? Come share your work with us! Join our Facebook Community Group or you can also follow along with us on Instagram by tagging @counterfeitkitchallenge and using #ckcFebruary2024!! See you next time!

Master Forger Brandi 

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