Good morning, well I'm in the swing of blogging my latest creations it's fun, photographing and blogging about them. This month is the first month that I've joined in with the counterfeit challenge, I've looked on so many occasions before and admired but never joined in. I actually thought what other may sometimes think in the 'I won't have any of that in my stash', but this month I thought I'd give it a whirl. If you are an avid scrapper whose built there supplies over a little time, who has a stash of papers and some embellishments lying around the chances are you are not going to struggle to put the kit together and do you know if you don't have some of the component parts the blog posts inspire you as to how you can 'recreate' the items - genius I tell you!
So what have I made well up to now I think at last count I'd done 16 layouts with this kit (I know I know but I am a prolific scrapper so you have to forgive me).
First up I finally managed to scrap Mr Watt, when we were at Enginuity last year when we visited Ironbridge we came across an exhibition on Mr Watt. I absolutely adored each and every piece, so much so we took loads of photos and I even bought the first edition book pack that they had, but for some unknown reason I'd not got around to scrapping any of the photos.
Now if I'm honest Mr Watt needs a mini book in his own right but I still had to use a couple of the photos; how cute is he!
Up close you can see the title, the layering and the glossy accents.