Saturday, 8 October 2016

Counterfeit Kit Challenge My Kit

I only just discovered Counterfiet Kit Challenge last month and though I would give  it a try this month.
This month they have chosen a goreous range called Indigo Hills from Pink Fresh Studio.  This challenge is all about using this lovely range to create your own kit from your stash.










Here is my kit.



I chose papers including scraps from Studio Calico, Shimmelle, Little Yellow Bicycle, Kaisercraft, My Mind's Eye and Karen Foster Design.











I selected 2 alphabets from Creative Memories and 2 from Kaszazz.
Some gauze, stickers, die cuts, chipboard and stamps.
Some flowers, flairs, project life cards & papers, embroidery thread, twine, beading wire, ricrac, resin flowers, charms, glass sprinkles and broken necklace.
For a start to the messy supplies I selected my only Colour Blast paste (Just Blue), Perler Pen (Blau), Distress Stain (Mustard Seed), Gelatos (Banana & Squid) and DIY black ink spray.












So now I have my kit sorted and in a bag next to my chair I can't wait to play along with this Challenge.

Are you joining in Counterfeit Kit Challenge this month?

15 comments:

  1. Hi Raelene! Glad you found us and are playing along with us this month. What a pretty kit you've made - I can see how you were inspired by the colors of the Indigo Hills collection. I like all the mixed media supplies you included too. Hope you have fun with your kit!

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    1. Hi Susan. I am glad I found you also.
      I loved the colour combination of Indigo Hills.

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  2. Lovely kit! I'm so glad you have joined us this month!!

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  3. Wow, this is your FIRST kit??? It's great and shows that you have a great feel for how to interpret the original inspiration kit with your own stash. love all the bits and pieces you've included and the broken necklace is a great addition! Off to check out the video now.

    So very happy to see a new face at CKC - welcome to our family! I look forward to seeing what you do with your kit

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    1. Thank you Lisa.
      That broken necklace has been very handy, though so far I haven't used it in this challenge, more layouts to make though so we shall see.
      I am so glad I found this challenge, it is fantastic.

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  4. Yep! A great kit! love your bag of embellies - the embroidery thread looks interesting.

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  5. Wow, you've really rocked the challenge and on your very first try. Well done, looking forward to how you use all those goodies.

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    1. Thank you Susanne.
      That is everything in my entire stash that was the right colours. I don't think I will use it all this month but it has been a great challenge for getting me to use supplies that have been waiting for use.

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  6. CKCB is an awesome way to use old and new stash, great kit...love that you focused on yellow, blue and pink.

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  7. Welcome - I see you are before me on the blog hop - looks like a fab kt!

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    1. Thank you.
      I am before you in the hop and really excited to be participating in my first blog hop.

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  8. Welcome to CKC, Raelene! Always a pleasure to have new kitters :)
    I will warn you - this may change your scrappy life. Moving on to see what you've done with all the stash in your kit!

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    1. Hi CSmmithSAVED.
      It is a great challenge. I am looking forward to November.

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