Saturday, November 1, 2014

110114 CKC November Kit Reveal

Look at this lovely from Scrapbook & Cards Today
Crop & Create Delivered kit, "Fabulous Fall".


Be sure & give a warm welcome to our Guest Designer, Binty!

I have been a little sad & missing a vintage vibe in my kits. Although I have 
turned this one on its head this month it was within the bounds of the inspiration.

Let's open up the Magic Blue Box...
 
 & have a look at 


As usual, I started with the papers:


First row: The yellow lace stands in for the yellow doilies. I discovered I have very 
few striped papers, so I have subbed in the roses (& later the rocket ships!) A softer red 
for the coral, a bird paper, an X paper for the + paper, and a gold vellum dot.

The second row: Large scale print, vibrant green, neutral, blue/green, the rockets, and blue damask.

Here's the full kit:


I've made a whole set of vintage PLstyle cards from free images from The Graphics Fairy.
Although I had some burlap alphas I opted for some linen look chip alphas, map & bright 
yellow scripty Thickers. A pack of Paper Studio assorted ribbon & tossed in some Prima 
flowers as they were just the right shades. Jenni Bowlin Flatback flair, 7 Gypsies tags, Anna 
Griffin transparencies, a couple of small crocheted doilies & an assortment of stick pins!

Here's a closer look:



I have finally decided I'm on board with a certain trend, so I've put together an add-on!


You'll be seeing more about the forgeries in here on the CKC tutorial post on the 4th.
DON'T MISS IT! Our talented team of Master Forgers can help spark your kit building creativity.
And yes - that is GOLD polka dot BURLAP - swoon...

As I am the caboose this month, I hope you have enjoyed all of the craftiness along your 
way through the hop. Now take your turn at counterfeiting & post that kit on Mr. Link! 
Just in case you've missed anything here is the full list:

Guest Designer Binty:  http://scrappingpluv.blogspot.com

14 comments:

  1. Very pretty and colorful kit! And I am swooning over that polka dot burlap! LOVE!!

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  2. OOOH! Fabulous kit!! Love the name... and I so get you on the vintage feel.. I think you've created it for sure! Wonderful collection of papers - and you are going to have fun with those embellishments too!

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  3. oh wow, really like how you got the nostalgia in there to make that kit "yours". Blessings to you and yours

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  4. Beautiful kit just gorgeous it does have a marvelous vintage feel too it and love your paper choices. Fantastic add on kit too and I'm interested in the polka dot burlap that should be lots of fun

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  5. awesome beautiful kit. really love that gold polka dot burlap and the stick pins.

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  6. LOVE the vintage take to your kit! It's so rich and beautiful!

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  7. Beautiful Kit! love the PL style cards and the Graphics Fairy is one of my favorite sites. What a sweet add on kit. Looking forward seeing your projects from both kits.
    Cindy F

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  8. Gold polka dot burlap??? Be still my beating heart!!!!

    What a fabulously Leslie kit you've made. Always lovely, always inspirational and always making me excited to see what forgeries you came up with :-)

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  9. Such an inspiring collection of vintage goodness! Miss Jenni Bowlin would be proud! Loving that bird paper (I think I may even have that) and those flat backs by JB. Enjoy!

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  10. Oh I love the nostalgic feel to your kit - wonderfully kitted. And that idea of a gold add-on might just be catching. Thanks for the inspiration - enjoy those kits.

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  11. Aw, your kit is stunningly nostalgic.Have fun using all those dear little items.

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  12. so love all the vintage touches...those crochet things are gorgeous! and love that you weren't afraid to mix textures and patterns like birds with rockets!! Very cool :)

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  13. Love this kit!!! I so want to dig into it and play with all your wonderful schtuff!!!!

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