Sunday, October 09, 2011

Counterfeit Kit - October

Time for another Counterfeit Kit Challenge.

This month there were two options for kits...the September 2010 Little Red Scrapbooking monthly kit (a little too springy for me) and a Halloween kit. You can see both kits HERE..

While we don't really celebrate Halloween, we do let the kids get dressed up and trick-or-treat and we also head to a pumpkin patch to enjoy the sights and sounds of a harvest and fall. I certainly have some Halloween costume pictures plus pumpkin patch and other fall and harvest things I could be scrapping...So, I chose the Halloween themed kit as my inspiration:

I chose to counterfeit the general theme rather than anything specific.

Here is my take:

This is content list for this kit:

Printed Paper:

Mischievous “Candy Dots” from My Minds Eye
Mischievous “Darkest Dot” from My Minds Eye
Mischievous “Creepy Celebration” from My Minds Eye
For the Record Newsprint from Bella Road
Harlequin from 7gypsies
Afignon Decoration from 7 gypsies
Blue grasscloth paper from My Minds Eye
Ambrosia Quince from Basic Grey
Ambrosia Orange Smoothie from Basic Grey
Blue Skies Here Comes the Sun from American Crafts


Bazzill Orange Juice
Bazzill Cream Puff
Bazzill Powder Blue
Paperbilities Black


Out of Print Letter stickers from Basic Grey
Hopscotch Black Pop Culture die cut paper from KI Memories
Gems from Want 2 Scrap
Die cuts from Pink Paislee Amber Road, My Minds Eye So Sophie collection
Journal cards from,
Transparencies from My Minds Eye Penny Lane and Magnolia Collections
Buttons from My Minds Eye Lost and Found
Brads from My Minds Eye Lost and Found
Borders from K & Co Cut and Paste
Just the Edge cardstock boarders in Blackbird
Mini Market alphas in Blue and Cream from October Afternoon
Paper tape from 7 gypsies Avignon collection
Orange Artisan Tape from Pink Paislee
Maya Road Transparency Doilies
Stickles in Waterfall, Rusty Hinge, and Black Diamond
Mister Huey’s color mists from Studio Calico in Calico White and Bonny Blue
Pompom trim in orange
Basting tape in Black

What do you think? Could you use a kit to get your fall photos scrapped!?!??!

Peace, ya'll!


S said...

Lovely kit, full of wonderful fall hues and pretty patterns. You are right you will get so much more use from it than a Halloween kit. I can't wait to see what you whip up.

Lisa said...

nice! i love that you included paints (always forget that!) and the Maya Road doilies will be great to use. I think the kit looks general enough to use for fall and halloween - great job!

Julia said...

Great choices on your kit, I cn't wait to see your layouts!

Anonymous said...

I love your embellishments in this kit especially - have fun!

Margie said...

What an awesome halloween kit-I love the touch of blue! Unexpected and fun!

Glinda said...

Nice halloween kit. I like your circles.

OneScrapHappyMomma said...

Love your kit. Especially that touch of blue. Looks like you will have some fun creating!

Clair said...

I'd never be able to use a themed kit, but some of the papers you've chosen are beautiful - as are the layouts you've already made :)