Tuesday, October 1, 2013

CKCB October Kit

Welcome to the CKCB October Blog Hop.
If you are following the hop, then you are
here from the amazing Angela's  blog.
If you just stopped by, howdy and you may want to head back to 
CKCB and start following along from the beginning.

So this month our kit to counterfeit is the fabulous
September kit from Cocoa Daisy.
Look at this bit of lovely.....

So for my  kit I pulled out one sheet from the actually kit,
that lovely navy floral that I LOVE.
And then 3 sheets from Maggie Holmes new line for
Crate Paper, Flea Market.
So pretty.  I mean seriously look at
the Bokeh hearts!!  
And that painted fence and the 
chevron wood grain.....beautiful.
Then I pulled out 3 from Alison Kreft for Webster's Pages....
the book paper (back from a previous kit), the bicycles, and
the camera's.  Such a fun take on a camera sheet.  
Then the clouds you see here is from Kaiser Kraft and something
I've had in my stash and really want to get used.
Beautiful papers. 

Then my cardstock.
Yes that is a piece of cork paper
from Echo Park, Note to Self.

For the cut out sheets, I again turned to Maggie.
I tell ya, we could be BFF's.  
The three cut aparts you see here are from her new
Flea Market line.  Gorg!!
And then I threw in this map sorta, kinda cut apart sheet.
I'm really thinking about keeping it as is and using it as a 
PP for a background and not cut it apart.  
Hmmmm..... we shall see how this goes.

Oh Maggie, Maggie.....
Chipboard stickers from her latest line (Flea Market)
look at that deer....be still my heart,
and her previous line, both from Crate.
They go so well together.
I mean seiously.... Look at these colors.

A little close up.....

I added some frames, from yes Maggie
(we're on a first name basis now ya know =)
and Pink Paislee, some Tim Holtz tiny paper clips,
since I didn't have any of those cute little camera
paper clips, I thought I'd toss these beauts in.
And here is a tag from the cut aparts.
See anything interesting?

I cut a circle from the tag above and from some others
on the cut apart and made some flair.
Easy Peasy and oh so cute!
The little ones were made with hot glue.
I need to trim them a little better, 
but aren't they sweet.  They were a little tricky,
and I didn't know if I would use them at first,
but I love them.  They'll find their way on a page.

So there you have it.  My kit for October.
Now head on over to the gorgeous Jemma to see what she is up to
with this kit.

And if you get lost along the way:

Lisa H. http://lisahausmann.blogspot.com/
Leslie  http://lcsmithsaved-outofthemire.blogspot.com

Thanks for stopping by!

Have a Blessed and Beautiful,
Krafty, Kind of Day ~~ 


  1. Well you and Maggie have certainly managed to put a great kit together =)

  2. so beautiful, and those flairs are adorable. I want to come play with you.

  3. Such a pretty kit! I tend to shy away from a lot of heavily floral or feminine patterned papers because I mostly scrap photos of my son, but I may have to treat myself to some of those Maggie Holmes papers! Great kit!

  4. I want to come to your house play with you...AND Maggie!! LOL! You can't go wrong with her. And those bokeh hearts...be STILL my heart! Lovely kit and I know you will create some amazing layouts.

  5. All of us who love Maggie should go to her kids college graduations since we have basically financed them, lol! The flair are amazing!

  6. I think a lot of us could be BFFs with Maggie (I too am on first name terms with her LOL!)
    great kit and those bokeh hearts need to find their way into my stash for sure

  7. Oh, goodness. Be. Still. My. Heart.
    In LOVE with all the Flea Market goodness in your kit, I cannot wait to see your pages this month!!

  8. Always delightful! That bokeh paper IS gorgeous - as is the rest of you kit!

  9. oooh! I want your kit!!! Love it, you will have so much fun using it!

  10. What a yummy Kit. I could use that quite easily.Your flair buttons are super!