...and did you get it right?
In my Counterfeit Kit reveal post on Monday, I asked you to guess
how many forgeries there were in my kit.
Before I reveal the answer and if you want to guess,
why not nip back and have a look HERE
So which of these did I forge?
Here is my first forgery.
This was created using vinyl which I cut out on my trusty machine
and stuck onto plain kraft card stock
Next up and again I just die cut some stars
(hearts or circles or anything could be used instead)
and placed on my 12x12 kraft.
I haven't stuck them down yet though as I may want a different shape!
My next attempt (and my least favourite)
was using a stencil and a black pen...
I think I'll be turning that one over to just use the white on the other side!
One I didn't show in my kit was this one...
simply don with an old rub on set that I found whilst hunting for something else!
The next forgery was the map and Spanish words.
I knew that I had ordered photos of my recent trip to Barcelona
and I would be scrapping them using this kit
so what better than to make my own ephemera to suit!
The map is adapted from a Silhouette file I bought and the words
were created and cut to suit a layout I know I will be scrapping!
For those of you with trusty machines, I don't know about you but
I love to cut around my shapes using the offset as I think it gives the final look
a bit more depth.
If you don't have a trusty machine, why not play around with your fonts
in Word and cut out by hand?
My final forgery is the bag and I will try to explain how I made mine
using a piece of sample wallpaper from the DIY store!
(Did you spot my numbering mistake?)
The answer? 6 forgeries but probably only 5 that you could see!
So there we go, simple ways to forge some of those kit items.
Will you have a go?
Link Up if you do!