Sunday, February 13, 2011

February Counterfeit Kit

Edited to add a link to Counterfeit Kit Blog.

I know I haven't posted any January pages yet,(need to get pics printed) but here's my counterfeit kit for February. The inspiration kit is from Scraps of Darkness.






My patterned paper. From the ATD vibrant paper pad.


The stamps are Autumn Leaves Journaling & Hampton Arts Love's Post Script. They are in place of the Be Mine French Chronicle paper.


My cardstock. From various DCWV & Imagine That cardstock pads.


My matches for the main kit embellishments. Includes mini roses I've had for like forever(lol), handmade stickpins,cricut cuts from Storybook & Ashlynn's Alphabet, chipboard fleur de lis I painted, various lace & fibers from my stash, brads from Joann's brand & Marcella by K, & misc. square bling.



My matches for the add-on kit. Includes Heidi Swapp bling frames, Queen&co bling & pearls, Not sure on the copper & leather frames, the beaded trim is from Joann's kids line, handmade lace flowers, various silk flowers(taken apart & painted).


My color kit & masks. Includes homemade shimmer spray, homemade shimmering watercolors, dimensional fabric paints & glitter paints(cheaper then stickles & liquid pearls) my one liquid pearls in white opal, some acrilic paint, misc. glitter glue, Plaid's Royal Coat Dimensional Magic and a bunch of Plaid's stencils.




My alphabets are Making Memories Alphababies & Little Letters. I'm not sure on the square alpha.



My extra add-ons. Includes Offray & misc. ribbons, more painted chipboard, & misc. buttons & bling.

7 comments:

  1. I love all of the goodies you included here. what did you paint the flowers with? I get all my flowers from pulling silk flowers apart!
    *meridy*

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  2. Really nice kit with lots of fun goodies. Can't wait to see what you create with it.

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  3. Looking forward to your creations....you have a great, great kit!

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  4. Oh, my goodness! So many fun things in your kit! I can't wait to see what you make!

    Bethany

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  5. Great job on your version of the kit!!! xoxo

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  6. Great kit, looks fun to play with!

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