This probably isn't a huge surprise to those of you who stop by my blog on a regular basis. For the past few months, I've been putting together really nice kits for the Counterfeit Kit Challenge but I haven't really been using them. I thought coming back from Europe with hundreds of photos to scrapbook would be enough to pull me out of my slump but every time I sit down at my desk and try to put together a layout I end up just pushing papers around. My creative mojo is missing in action, guys, and it sucks.
This month, I'm determined to scrap something - anything! I decided to make a few changes in a desperate attempt to get back into the crafting groove. I completely reorganized my office/scrapbook room, sorting through products and purging LOTS (more on that another day). I've downloaded about a dozen sketches to use as jumping off points.
And, of course, I have my trusty Counterfeit Kit to work with, which I'm calling Shoreline …
(Apologies for the poor quality photos. The gold foil made it very difficult to photograph!)
This month, the team at CKC was asked to used the monochromatic March kit from Scrapabilly as inspiration. The kit had lots of turquoise and green, with splashes of brown. To create my counterfeit version, I pulled together a handful of pale blue and woodgrain papers (the closest thing I have to turquoise and brown) and added a little pale pink. I also included lots of frames and 2 sheets of white alphas to mimic the frames and alphabet stickers in the original kit.
Shoreline has a subtle travel vibe to it so hopefully *fingers and toes crossed* I'll be able to use this to get some of my Europe photos documented. I'll also be using my June kit, Bella Notte, since I made a grand total of one layout last month and have lots of product left over! Stay tuned.
Next up on the blog hop is Susanne
Be sure to swing by her blog to see how she was inspired by the Scrapabilly kit