Behind the scenes here at Counterfeit Kit, we have a whole cast of characters. First and foremost, we have Bethany, the creator of CKC and our provider of kit inspiration and challenges each month. Next, there's Lisa who helps coordinate the team with weekly behind-the-scenes questions on our Master Forgers Facebook page to keep us interacting and charges us with special Master Forger-Only challenges - like the one we will share with you today. Even though our relationship is just online, we try to connect and interact to bring you the BEST scrapbooking challenge site.
It is quite amazing how we all work together on the world wide web to make all of this happen.
Speaking of the world, that brings us to the topic I chose for the Team Challenge. Lisa found some darling printables on Pinterest by Allison Kimball. Many are project life card sized and are "Thankful" themed. To add to the cuteness, they have that oh-so-trendy coloring book vibe to them. I had my eye on several and was attempting to print them off when a happy accident occurred. The design I chose printed out full size and inspiration struck! I knew this globe would be the perfect opportunity to document another photo from my lovely visit with Lisa.
Take a look...
While not a requirement, using a KIT is always welcomed at Counterfeit Kit Challenge. Most of these supplies are from my March 2015 "Orange Crush" kit. Yes...it is still hanging around my scrap room! I knew it would come in handy, eventually! LOL!
I did an informal cut around the globe, leaving a bit of a white border and used watercolors to color in the graphic. Nothing neat or fancy here in technique as the sketch feel of the printable allows for a causal look. While not in the original "Orange Crush" kit, how could I not include the German flair expressing gratitude acquired at Lisa's beloved "Scrapabilly" shop in Deutschland!
I'm not always a doodler on my layouts, but a bit of pen sketch seemed like a must to finish off the edges.
What an exciting time! I'm thankful for Lisa, the whole team and our members who keep us motivated to create and share.
Now it's your turn to use these printables to express your gratitude.
Find them here:
(you need to go to the bottom of the post to download her own creations)
(Allison is cool with us using these...just be sure to give her a shout-out if you use them for your own personal use.)
Hop along to all the Master Forgers participating in this fun activity. It will be sure to fill you with gratitude!
Thankful for YOU!