Tuesday, April 20, 2021

The Scrap Room April Shots of Life Kit - Week 20/2020

Hello again! I am back with my second post of the day. If you are looking for my Sketch N Scrap reveal, please scroll down.

Today I am up on The ScrapRoom blog with the layout that I created using the April portion of the Shots of Life kit. Here is a look at the Shots of Life Kit - which I believe is still available at The ScrapRoom:

For my layout today, I have use the cut apart paper from the PinkFresh 'Keeping it Real' collection to document Week 20 of 2020. It is perfect to document any of the happenings of last year - or even just documenting about a bad day.

Here is the left side of the spread:

Week 20 was Abby and Ada's last week of school and it looked a lot different last year thanks to the pandemic. We were a few weeks in with Scott being off of work and at home with us. We were settling in to staying home all the time. Really this wasn't too big of a change for us,  we do not just go - go - go all the time anyway, but having Scott home during the week was different and it took Shane a little time to get used to the routine being changed.

Here are a few close-ups of the page:

I thought the card that said "one day at a time" was perfect for my title card this week. So much was unknown and we were staying home and staying safe. I die cut the sentiment into a circle and I added the day by day puffy sticker to it and added it to a piece of grey patterned paper that I had in my scrap bin.  

Abby took a photo of Ada on her last day of  kindergarten. It makes me a little sad that Ada missed out on so many of the fun things that kindergarteners do. Abby also needed to go to the school to make sure her classroom was in order before the summer break, so I met them at the school to pick up Ada and take her to our house while Abby worked. It was kind of eerie pulling into the school parking lot on the last day of school and there wasn't a soul around. No buses, no excited kiddos, just emptiness. 

I wanted to add a little color so I die cut another circle out of a scrap of pink paper and then layered a couple of stamped labels on top of it for my journaling and added another puffy sticker.

While we were waiting for Abby to come pick up Ada, we went for a walk down the road. I had just gotten a new phone and was wanting to see how the camera was on it so I snapped a photo of Ada on Pops' shoulders.

The bottom photo is of Shane with his new Signing Time video. He had been asking for a specific one - number 10, I think - and we finally found it! He was so happy and went right to watching it - on his tiny dvd player for some reason - and signing right along with it. He used to watch these videos at school and picked up a lot of the signs for different things and is happy to show us what the sign is for certain words - mainly food words!

The multi-colored heart paper was one of the 2 inch squares on the cut apart sheet. I die cut it into a heart and added it to a circle. I kind of wish I had off set the heart on the circle, but it is done now. 

Ada was happy to be able to spend some extra time playing with Pepe! I added another label and puffy sticker to this photo.

Here's a look at the right side of the spread:

I created a journaling card that touched on the "highlights" of the week. I divided each different topic with tiny hearts that I punched from the different papers I used on the spread and finished it off with another puffy sticker.  

The top journaling card talks about how with all of his extra time off - Scott has been looking for old Johnny West toys to collect. They were his favorites as a kid and he has a lot of fun looking for them and reminiscing about the ones he had. 

I stamped the word "currently" at the top of the journaling card and the added the cut apart that said - "look at the bright side." If we're going to be stuck at home we might as well be looking for things to brighten our day!

I had given Ada some money specifically for the ice cream truck. Something for her to look forward to on those long summer days. Abby said the first time she heard the ice cream truck coming down the street she went running out to wait for it to get to their house. It was right before lunch so she had to take it in and put it in the freezer until after she ate her lunch.

I added another die cut circle with the ice cream puffy sticker added to it to finish off the card. 

The photo of Ada above is her painting my fingernails. She decided to turn my scrap room into her spa and she did my nails and gave me a massage. She's pretty darn good at taking care of her Nana!

The photo of  Shane shows just how happy his signing time video made him! He was happy to give me a genuine smile and he kept that smile on his face all day long!

I fussy cut the 'enjoy' banner piece out of the cut apart card sheet and added it to the top of the card. I also added another puffy sticker to his photo. 

I snapped this photo of the sunset one evening. Some days the weight of the unknown was almost unbearable. There was something about this sunset that brought me comfort. Pictures never do justice to sunrise/sunset photos, but I needed the reminder that the world was still turning and things will get better. I think I need to add that little bit of journaling to this photo!

Be sure to check out The ScrapRoom blog for more inspiration. 

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog today! I hope you have a great day!

Sketch N Scrap Card Sketch #192

 Hello, everyone! Happy Tuesday to you! I hope you are having a good week so far. Yesterday was a beautiful day with temps in the upper 60's and lots of sunshine, and now today we're supposed to see snow and the temps falling into the 30's with wind chills in the 20's - what the heck is up with this weather?! We are set to break records if the forecast is right! I made sure to cover up our strawberry plants and my peony busy just in case. 

It's time for the last sketch of the month at Sketch N Scrap today. This sketch is courtesy of Sketch Artist Heather and it is going into my favorites!

I was in need of a birthday card and I had these scraps in my April Counterfeit Kit from a layout that  I made earlier this month, and they made this card come together so quickly! All of the papers are from Simple Stories except the pink dot - it is from The Paper Studio. The sentiment is from an older Close To My Heart stamp set (S1802 - Sunny Thoughts). I fussy cut the three flowers from one of the papers for a little embellishment. 

Before I go, I want to let  you all know that we will be celebrating Sketch N Scrap's 9th Birthday all month long in May. We will have challenges all throughout the month so be sure to join Sketch N Scrap's Monthly Challenges group on Facebook - you can find it here - Sketch N Scrap's Monthly Challenges | Facebook. We hope you will join us - there will be lots of prizes!

Be sure to stop by the Sketch N Scrap blog to see today's sketch and all of the beautiful samples from the design team. I hope you have a chance to play along with us!

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog today! I hope you have a great day!

Thursday, April 15, 2021

Sketch N Scrap #223 - Wild About You

 Hello, everyone! Happy Thursday to you! We are getting ever closer to the weekend and I am ready for it!

Can you believe it is already time for the mid-month sketch at Sketch N Scrap? April is flying right on by! Today's sketch is courtesy of Sketch Artist Heather and it is a fun one!

And this is what I came up with:

I am doing a pretty good job working through my Great Stash Bash kit this month. It seems like I am mostly using up my scraps, but I'm happy to get them out of my stash, as well! I used the last bit of that light blue paper and the green dot paper on this layout and I'm doing a pretty good job at using some of the stickers/chipboard that I had in my kit. 

When I started this layout I had no idea that I would be embellishing it with those dinosaurs - but who says dinosaurs have to only be on a boy layout?! 

I wanted to mat the white background on a piece of light blue cardstock but didn't have any so I used some ink and a water brush and went around the edges of the white cardstock. I really like how it turned out and I'm sure I will doing this again soon. 

I took these photos of Ada last fall and I just love that smiling little face!

Here are a couple of close-ups:

Instead of scattering my hearts around my layout, like is shown on the sketch, I kept them in a cluster around my title. I even managed to use up quite a few little gems! I have so many packs of gems and I need to remember to reach for them once in awhile instead of always going with enamel dots. 

Be sure to head on over to Sketch N Scrap to see the wonderful layouts from the rest of the design team. I hope you have some time to play along with us!

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog today! I hope you have a wonderful day!

Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Just a Little Update

Hello, everyone! I hope you are having a good day! Today is the day that Abby and Ada will be over after school for supper and visiting and I can't wait.

I just wanted to pop on here really quickly and give a little update and let you know what is going on around here. I have stepped down from the majority of the design teams that I am on so it may seem a little quieter around here. No, I am not quitting scrapbooking - I'm not even taking a break from it - I just decided it was time for me to take a step back and just create for me for a while. 

You see, the main thing that used to motivate me - which was working with a deadline and having to have a project made by a certain time - is now the one thing that is hindering my process. I started to find that when I had to go to my scrap room to make a layout that needed to be made that week, or even that day, that I was actually dreading it. I have never in the last 23 years of scrapping ever dreaded going to make a layout and I knew it was time for a change before it got to the point of me just wanting to quit all together. 

I have loved my time on every design team that I have ever been on and I have made so many wonderful friends while on those teams. I cannot think of one over the last six years that wasn't a joy to be on. It was hard for me to make this decision but I knew that it had to be done. 

I have so many projects that I want to do that are just for me. I want to work more on my Project Life albums. I have been working on them since 2018 and still not a single one of them is completed. Now is the time to get them done! I want to work more in my traveler's notebooks. I want to finish - or maybe I should say do a complete do over - of Ada's 1st year album. I mean she is 7 now and that is still not done! I want to finish her 2019 Summer Bucket List. I have several scrappy classes that I want to play along with as they are happening instead of instead of just watching and never getting anything done with them. I have 3 commissioned albums that I need to get done, The list goes on and on. All of these projects I have been putting on hold because they didn't fit in with a challenge that I needed for a DT layout and those commitments had to be met first. Now is the time for me to scrap what I want, when I want!

With all that being said - I am staying on the Sketch N Scrap design team - I'm always going to need a sketch to get me started! - I am continuing on with The ScrapRoom design team - working with the Shots of Life kit every month is what keeps me wanting to finish up my PL albums! - and I am remaining on the Lasting Memories design team. My role there is more behind the scenes but I do plan to play along there as often as I can. My good friend Lisa and I are continuing with our TN Time with Lisa & Lori and with our Great Stash Bash 2021 each and every month.

So, you see, I am not going away! I will still be posting here on my blog all of the projects that I make for Sketch N Scrap, The ScrapRoom, Lasting Memories, TN Time with Lisa and Lori, and my Great Stash Bash kit every month, along with anything else I make in between. I will also be posting to Instagram. Sometimes I post things there that are not on my blog so if you are so inclined you can follow me over there - @lori_670. 

I am so excited to get going on these projects and actually see progress on them and I hope you continue to follow along with me and my scrappy journey!

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog today! I hope you have a wonderful day!

Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Not Today Nana - Sketch N Scrap #

Hello, everyone! Happy Tuesday to  you! I hope that you are having a good week so far. 

Today I am sharing a layout that I created using the April 1st sketch from Sketch N Scrap. Here is the sketch that Sketch Artist Stacy created for us to use:

And this is what I came up with:

I took these photos of Ada in April of 2017 - I can't believe that was 4 years ago! We had these pretty purple wildflowers growing in our field and I wanted to get a photo of Ada amongst them. She was not having any of it! Maybe she was tired from our walk and wanted to go back to the house, or maybe she  just didn't want me to take another photo of her, whatever the case, she was not having it! No matter how many times I said her name or told her to look at me, she just would not do it.

Here are a couple of close-ups:

I found a flower punch in my supplies that I thought looked like the flowers in the photos. I punched them out of the light and dark purple paper. I love the way they look on the layout. 

I used paper scraps from my April Great Stash Bash kit. The purple dot paper and the multi-striped paper strip are from CTMH, too, I just hadn't added them to my original kit. What scraps are left of those papers will go into my kit for me to try to use this month. 

The title is a mix of stamped letters from The Stamp Market and foam Thickers that I don't even know where they came from! I think I got them in a destash from someone a long time ago but I'm not sure. At least this set had all of the letters that I needed! 

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog today! I hope you have a wonderful day! 

Monday, April 12, 2021

Easter Fun - Counterfeit Kit Challenge - Challenge #1

 Hello, everyone! Good Monday morning to you! I hope that you are ready for the new week. 

Today I am sharing the layout I created for the first challenge at the Counterfeit Kit Challenge blog. For this first challenge, Master Forger Leslie is challenging up to add a bit of whimsy by layering our patterned papers and creating a scene on our layouts - AND - if that's too overwhelming (which it was for me!) then you can layer your papers up behind your photo(s).

This is what I came up with:

In order to get us in a playful mood, Leslie asked what we are most looking forward to doing - and these photos hint at that for me - spending time more time with my family - especially my granddaughter - out in the garden this year. We got Ada a set of garden tools for her Easter basket. She had seen them a few weeks ago and wanted them then and I got her to wait. She has always loved to dig in the dirt and pretend to plant different things so when we knew we were going to put in a garden this year - these little tools were perfect for her. I am happy to say that she has already put them to work! Before our Easter egg hunt we planted a few strawberry plants and she was all about doing it herself!

As you can see, I added a lot of layers of paper behind my photos. I wished I'd added a few scraps to my kit - this challenge would have been a great way to get them used up, but I made good use of both sides of a couple of my papers to try to use as much of them as I could. 

Here are a couple of close-ups:

I loved this little bunny head that was on the sticker sheet that I included in my kit. He was too cute to not add to my layout!  I also added several enamel dots from the Vicki Boutin embellishment pack that I had in my kit. I have 3 packs of these embellishments and I cannot wait to get them used up. These little guys do not stick to anything and are constantly falling to the bottom of the pack, so I added as many as I could from the 3 sheets. I still have a few left but I did get quite a few of them used. 

Once I decided what papers I was going to use on this layout and how I was going to arrange them, this layout came together so quickly - which is always the best take away from making a kit - everything is right there at the ready!

Be sure to stop by the Counterfeit Kit Challenge blog to see how the other Master Forgers took on this challenge. 

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog today! I hope you have a great day!

Sunday, April 11, 2021

Fun Times - Lasting Memories #543 - 4x4 Photo

 Hello, hello! Happy Sunday to you! I hope you are having a good weekend. Yesterday was a bit cloudy and chilly, but today is promising to be a beautiful spring day!

It's time for a new challenge at Lasting Memories today. The theme for April has been 'April Happenings' and all of the challenges have something to do with April and/or things that happen in April. Since April is the 4th month of the year, today's challenge is to use a 4x4 photo on your layout. 

This is what I came up with:

I took these photos of Ada on Good Friday. Abby, Ada, Matthew, and I had all gone to Springfield to do a little shopping. Surprisingly, we came home with almost nothing! When we got back to Abby's house Ada wanted to show us the scooter that her Grandpa John had gotten for her and how well she could ride it. She looks so cute with her helmet on and she did quite well riding it!

For this layout, I used Echo Parks - Little Dreamer - Girl collection. This has got to be one of my all-time favorite collections! It is taking everything in me to not buy another set of the papers...we'll see how long I can stay strong! I just love the rainbows and all of the pretty colors in this collection.

Here are a couple of close-ups:

I actually did a little bit of stamping on my layout! I stamped some little hearts in each cluster. The title alphas are from Freckled Fawn and they are just the perfect size.

I based my layout on the following fun sketch from Sketch N Scrap. I have always liked this sketch but this is the first time I've used it. I love it and I know I will use it again.

Be sure to stop by Lasting Memories to see how the rest of the design team took on this challenge. I hope you have some time to play along with us this week!

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog today! Have a great day!

Saturday, April 10, 2021

TN Time With Lisa & Lori April Challenge

 Hello, hello! Happy Saturday to you! I hope that you are having a good weekend.

Are you ready for the April edition of TN Time With Lisa & Lori? Let's get to it! This is a just-for-fun monthly challenge that starts on the 10th of each month and ends on the 9th of the following month at midnight CST. If you complete my random challenge for the month - link your TN, bullet journal, or planner spread below. If you complete just Lisa's sketch challenge, link up over on her blog - My Creative Endeavors.

Here is my April challenge:

For April I am challenging you to use the color pink on your layout - how much or how little is up to you - and to use a stamp. This could be something as simple as a date stamp.

Here is the sketch that Lisa has created for us to use:

Here is my layout:

To satisfy my part of the challenge - you can find pink - in a few different shades - in the patterned paper and for the stamp portion, I used a date stamp, a circle label stamp, and an ink splatter stamp. Everything on this layout came from my April Great Stash Bash kit except the enamel hearts. 

Abby sent this photo to me last April. We were just in the beginning stages of the pandemic and stay-at-home orders. Abby and Ada were doing about all that they could - playing outside in their backyard and sharing sweet photos with me! 

Here are a couple of close-ups:

I am really liking to use this ink splatter stamp from Close To My Heart (D1660 - Ink Blots). It just gives a little something extra to the background. 

I found this little chipboard journaling spot on one of the CTMH chipboard sheets that I had included in my kit and it was perfect to hold my little bit of journaling. I'm sure this photo will show up again in my 'pandemic' album and I plan to go into more detail in it, so I wasn't too worried about getting a lot of journaling on this spread. I've said it before - my TN's are mostly just for me and the photos that I really love. The deeper stories will be documented in other places. 

Be sure to stop by Lisa's blog to see her beautiful spread. I hope you have some time to play along with us!

Even though this is a just-for-fun challenge we do have a few rules:

1.Create a TRAVELER'S NOTEBOOK, PLANNER, OR BULLET JOURNAL spread based on the CHALLENGE THEME and/or our sketch. 
2.Create a new, not previously posted project.
3.You are welcome to combine with other challenges.
4.If you have a blog please include the challenge graphic & a link to our challenge in your post.
5.You can link to social media if you don't have a blog. If you show your project on Instagram, please make sure to use #TNtimewithLisaandLori 
6.You can submit multiple projects but they must be posted to InLinkz or social media separately.
7. Most importantly have FUN!

I would love to see your take on our challenge and to leave you some love so be sure to link up below if you play along!

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog today! Have a great day!

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Thursday, April 1, 2021

Lisa & Lori's Great Stash Bash - April Edition!

Hello again! I am back with my second post of the day. If you are looking for my Counterfeit Kit Challenge reveal, please scroll down. 

It is already time for the April edition of Lisa & Lori's Great Stash Bash! Where did March even go?! 

If you don't know what the Great Stash Bash is - it is a challenge that my good friend Lisa and I do every month. We pull items from our stash based on a "recipe" (which you will see below) in an effort to get our scrappy stash used up!

I did not do well at all with my kit last month...I don't know that I even touched it. To be honest, March was a bit of a blur and there are going to be changes around here, but I will get into all of that in another post. I am keeping my March kit out - because I love it - and I hope to use it throughout the next couple of months. 

Here is the April graphic:

Our "recipe" is to pull 10 patterned papers, 5-7 scraps, 3-4 embellishments, and for April our stash bash focus item is brads/eyelets.

Here is my kit:

I've gotten a few new collections from Close To My Heart the last couple of months and I thought it was time to work through some of my older collections and try to get them cleared out. The great thing about CTMH is that their collections work so well with each other! I pulled papers from two of my all-time favorite collections (from 2018) I Heart Us and Heart Happy.

Here are the papers:

I am ready for some bright, fun, spring/summer papers to work with and I think the papers in these two collections will work well with each other! I am hoping to work on Ada's 2019 Summer Bucket List traveler's notebook this month so I kept that in mind when I made my kit. 

Here are my embellishments:

Like my Counterfeit Kit that I posted earlier, I went a little overboard on embellishments! And, to be honest, this is not all that I pulled for embellishments this month - you'll see the rest below! I included a cut apart sheet from the 'I Heart Us' collection, stickers and chipboard from a different CTMH collection, puffy/enamel shapes, summer-themed stickers, and a few cut aparts from Pretty Little Studio that I recently got in a grab bag.

And if that is not enough to last the month, while I was looking for the stickers for the above collections, I found a few more things that I thought might match, so I threw them in my kit in hopes to get them used, too. Not everything will match, but I think it's safe to say that I have plenty to choose from here:

I reorganized my scrap room the first of the year and I came across a bunch of  embellishments - I think from old kits from The ScrapRoom - that I had put in with my CTMH stickers for some reason. I went through those and picked out what matched and added those, along with a few more CTMH stickers and chipboard sheets. 

I blame a phone call from my sister in the middle of me taking photos as to why I forgot to include this Amy Tangerine sticker book in the above photo! I didn't have the time or energy to pull all of those embellishments back out just to include this, so it gets a photo of it's own!

This collection came out in 2015 and I picked the sticker book up at Tuesday Morning, probably the following year. I had been waiting for the perfect time to pull this out and use it - wanting to be sure to use it in my PL album...and yet, there it still sits, not even one sticker used. I am hoping to rectify that this month!

Here are my scraps:

I pulled all of the scraps that I have for these collections - and a few from other CTMH collections - to use up this month. That should be pretty easy to do!

Our focus item for April is brads/eyelets. I think I've gotten rid of most of my eyelets and I haven't bought a bunch of brads in a long time - occasionally I will pick them up with a collection, but not often. I did find this container of mini brads that I have had I think since I started scrapping! Again, not all of these will match, but I would love to get the ones that do used up this month!

I was so excited while I was pulling this kit together to get started on some layouts. I just hope I have more time this month to get it all done!

Be sure to stop by Lisa's blog to see the beautiful kit that she has pulled together for this month. This is a just-for-fun challenge, but if you play along and put together your own stash bash kit add it to the linky below and we will be sure to check it out and cheer you on! Here are the rules:

1. Follow the challenge prompt to create a kit to work with throughout the month. You may use other items, but please concentrate on using your kit. 
2. Create new, not previously posted projects using your stash kit.
3. If you have a blog - please include the challenge graphic and a link to our challenge in your posts. 
4. You may link to social media if you don't have a blog. If you share on Instagram, please make sure to use - #lisaandlorisgreatstashbash2021

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog today! Have a great day!

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Counterfeit Kit Challenge April Kit Reveal and Blog Hop

Hello, everyone! Happy Thursday and Happy April 1st! The first day of the month is always a busy one here on my blog so let's get started!

It's time for a new kit reveal at Counterfeit Kit Challenges today. Master Forger Leslie is our hostess for the month and she has picked a perfect springtime kit for us to counterfeit. Before we get to the kit - we have the talented Cathy Galloway joining us as our guest designer this month. Be sure to stop by her blog and check out her beautiful work!

Now, on to the kit. Master Forger Leslie has chosen the Garden Party kit from Scrapbook & Cards Today papercraft magazine. Here's how they describe the kit -  Celebrate the arrival of a fresh new season with our spring kit, Garden Party! This colourful collection captures the colours and patterns of spring with papers from Dear Lizzy, Jen Hadfield, Paige Evans and Simple Stories. We’ve added perfectly coordinating accents like silk flowers, twine, tassels, mixed ephemera and bright buttons to add special touches to all your projects. And the exclusive 4×6 stamp set, printable tags and kit cut files will bring unique inspiration to your crafting. Let’s tiptoe through the tulips and dance in the daffodils at the Garden Party!

Here's a look at the kit:

You can see a full breakdown of the kit over on the Counterfeit Kit Challenge blog

Here is the kit that I have put together this month:

As you can see, I went a little overboard on the embellishments this month! I should have lots of bits and bobs to choose from! Let's take a closer look at my kit:

Here are the papers:

In order to keep my kit to a reasonable size, I decided to pick out only the papers I really liked and find something in my stash to use. Starting with the back row - I kind of went my own way with the Bloom Street papers - I picked a stripe, a floral, and another stripe with hearts from Echo Park's 'I Am Mom' collection. I thought the striped paper with the hearts scattered around resembled the text paper close enough. I have more of a blue tone on tone leaf pattern than a blue with green leaf, but it works for me!

The middle row - I chose to go with a navy stripe from CTMH, a pink small floral from Photo Play, black and white polka dots with multi-color hearts from Simple Stories, and a yellow pattern from the same 'I Am Mom' collection.

The front row - I had a couple of the Simple Stories papers in my stash, so I included those and then picked a turquoise dot from Elle's Studio, pink polka dot from The Paper Studio, and pink with larger dots from the 'I Am Mom' collection to go with them. 

I think it's pretty easy to see where I got inspiration from - colors - even if mine aren't quite as pastel as the original kit - stripes, florals, and dots!

I find it funny that I went overboard with my embellishments when the original kit is pretty minimal with them! Once I started pulling things, I just couldn't seem to stop! Here are my embellishments:

I pulled the sticker sheets from the I Am Mom collection and Simple Stories Hip Hop Hooray collection. I then pulled the die cut pack and brads pack from Hip Hop Hooray. I recently purchased a couple of grab bags from Pretty Little Studio so I included a few things that worked with my papers from those. I also have a few die cuts, an Amy Tangerine sticker sheet, and some Vicki Boutin enamel dots. That should be more than enough to get me by this month!

Next are the alphas and stamps that I included:

I included a couple of pink alphas, a small turquoise alpha, and a couple of Amy Tangerine alpha sticker books. I added in a few new stamp sets from CTMH. They will be perfect if I need something more in the way of Easter or spring flowers.

 I am excited to get some spring/Easter/summer photos scrapped this month!

Be sure to check out the fabulous kits from the rest of the design team. I always get even more inspiration when I check out their blogs! Here is the blog hop list:

Counterfeit Kit Challenge - http://counterfeitkitchallenge.blogspot.com
Guest Designer:  Cathy Galloway - https://iluvstamping.blogspot.com 

If you pull together a kit together be sure to share it with us! You can post them in our Facebook Community, or share them on Instagram (we are @counterfeitkitchallenge or tag us using #counterfeitkitchallenge and #ckcapril2021).

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog today! I will be back soon with another project to share with you!