Wednesday, March 9, 2011

CFK Layout #4

It has been a busy couple of days, but I was able to get a single page layout finished. I realized that I did not put enough cardstock in my kit. I am not counting it as cheating to grab solid color cardstock since it is in my stash and I really didn't know I was going to be this productive.  When you first look at the page it doesn't look like I even used the kit, but I did. The tattered old looking paper was the cream colored cardstock from the kit. I just tore it and inked with black soot, vintage photo, broken china, and brushed corduroy. I used a mask and foam blending tools. I cut the letters using my Gypsy and the free BlackLetter download. The arrow is from my kit and dabbed with the metallic paint dabber. It is a quick fun page that captures my kid's personality.

12 comments:

Glinda said...

Really cute layout. Love the big clock.

Laurie Marmon said...

What a fun page. I like how you did the paper with the inks without tearing..it looks torn. :) great job!

Crystal aka Caitlynsmommy said...

Go KathyJo go! WOW! You are rocking the layouts this month! I love this one, C is really into pirates right now so this would be fun to recreate down the line Great job on the distressing!

Margie said...

Adorable photo-love the masking on this!

A Creative Operation said...

I have this mask and haven't used it...maybe I should!! This is an awesome layout, and the picture is just great!

Mad for Paper said...

What a fun layout. Love your title.
TFS
Ang

Tricia said...

Great layout - fun techniques! I love the journaling.

Counterfeit Kit Challenge said...

Really fantastic! You are so great at utilizing what you have!

Bethany

ms.schwiet said...

That is so my favorite mask and it looks so awesome on this page

Kirsty.a said...

You've done some great layouts with your counterfeit kit. You won the draw for Pass the Book on my blog. Please email me (link on my blog sidebar) with your address so I can send it to you

Pam from Maine said...

Really love all the different techniques you used to make your layout. Not much time or not, you'd never know by looking at that great and creative layout.

Kim Strother said...

I love that you are being so productive. I love using a kit too....it keeps me
organized!

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