Being Wordy

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This month at Counterfeit Kit Challenge, our inspiration kit comes from Gossamer Blue.

From this collection, I was inspired to put together this kit, Yay!, to use this month.

For the first challenge of August, Master Forger Stephanie challenged us to use phrase stickers on our layout. Here is what we had to do:
Surely all of us have some phrase stickers in our stash – those label-type stickers with words or quotes on them. Phrase stickers are usually used as a simple embellishment, but for this challenge I’d like to see them take center stage on your project. Use them to create journaling, a title or as a major design accent. The more phrase stickers used, the better 🙂

In my kit, I had included a sheet of yellow phrase stickers from Pinkfresh Studios. They were perfect for adding to the journaling on this page I made about a recent trip to a local farmer’s market.

To see the rest of the layouts for this challenge, head on over to the CKC blog. And don’t forget to post your challenge layouts here:
• post on your blog or our Flickr group
• link up on the Monthly Link Up page
• link up and join in the chat on the Facebook Counterfeit Kit Challenge Community
• don’t forget to like our Facebook Counterfeit Kit Challenge page too!

Now go create!


Watercolor Dreams

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Hello and welcome to the October Counterfeit Kit Challenge Reveal Blog Hop! You should have come here from Jemma’s blog. If you need to start over at the beginning, just go back to the CKC blog to see the full list of participants.

This month our inspiration kit is actually a new collection–Indigo Hills from Pink Fresh Studio. You can see the lovely watercolor and floral designs in beautiful pink, blue, aqua, and gold. This collection also includes a number of wonderful embellishments which you can see on the Pinkfresh Studio website.

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For my kit, I began with two soft floral papers from Basic Grey in colors similar to the inspiration kit. I then added watercolor papers from My Mind’s Eye and Prima. Finally I chose more papers in gold, grey, pink, and dark blue to round out the patterned paper selection.

My embellishments include puffy stickers, gold letters and hearts, and a die cut pack all inspired by the original collection. This soft, dreamy kit I have decided to call Watercolor Dreams.

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Check back during the month to see how I use this kit! Next stop–Julene’s blog to see her take on this month’s inspiration.

Now go create!