I knew, when I put together my Kraft-and-Black coloured Counterfeit Kit* add-on, "Something Borrowed" that the April challenge from Kraft It Up is to use product packaging on a scrapbook page.
Here's the "product packaging" that I used on my page:
- An Oxfam paper bag (cut down to 12 inch size)
- An envelope from Compassion.
- Map-print tissue paper which was originally used to wrap a pair of shoes from Colorado
- A canvas tag from a pair of jeans, also Colorado.
Other than that, all I added was some bits from my Julie Kirk kit, some DIY flair, and some super-old flower brads and scrabble tiles.
These photos were taken when I was heavily pregnant with Angus, which dates them at a little over 12 years ago. At the time, one of Rohan's favourite things to make out of Duplo was guitars!
*If you've come here from Kraft It Up, and haven't heard of the Counterfeit Kit Challenge, allow me to introduce you! The CKC isn't a "challenge site" in the traditional sense, but rather, a starting point for creating scrapbooking kits from your own supplies. Each month, they provide an inspiration kit to Counterfeit using supplies from your own stash. Need a bit of help stashbusting? Why not give the CKC a go, and tell them I sent you!