Friday, January 6, 2017

Killing my November counterfeit kit.

I'm pretty happy with the pages I made with my November kit.  I made all the pages I had planned for Angus's album . . .


I'll often make my titles on my Silhouette, but something I haven't done for a while is give them a bit of a lift with Silhouette-brand chipboard.  So I kept working on pages until I had enough titles to fill a cutting mat . . .










I still had quite a bit of paper left over, so then I pulled a few more photos, this time from Rohan's albums . . .







I still have journaling and dates to add on most of the pages, and the last few for Rohan still need their titles, but I've done enough to pack the scraps of the kit away . . .

That's because I have some exciting plans on the horizon for the New Year, including a big spending freeze challenge for myself, starting with an "Expand a Collection" kit I've made, with a video here and on Youtube coming soon to show you how I've done it! 

8 comments:

  1. Great way to use up your kit! These all look fabulous.

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  2. Isn't it satisfying to be down to the last few scraps of a kit? Good luck with the ambitious spending freeze (I'm on one myself until I move house!) I'll look forward to seein more counterfeits from you in 2017 x

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  3. Wow, you really did well with that kit - what a great variety of pages. Have fun finishing the last few up, and getting them all in the albums so you can start with a new kit.

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  4. Lovely layouts, such a sweet little mushroom. Looking forward to see what is coming up.
    Cindy F

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  5. Great job! I love seeing how people use their kits, and I will be looking forward to seeing your videos!

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  6. Sweet layouts and so cool to kill the kit too :) Sounds like a fun challenge coming up too

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  7. Ooooo... Silhouette-brand chipboard??? I may have to get one yet! Good on you to kill that kit :D

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  8. You were able to get soo much done. Great job!!

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