Friday, 24 May 2013

May Counterfeit Kit Challenge member blog hop

Hi again for this month's Counterfeit Kit Challenge member blog hop

If you are here via Molly's blog, you are on the right track, but if you've dropped in here direct, you might want to pop back to the beginning of the hop (here) so you don't miss out on anything.

This time, we have been challenged to use masks - make your own or use one you have, just use a masking technique on your project.

I'm not a big masker but I have a few faves. There's a few vintage ones from Heidi Swapp that I whip out to use from time to time and more recently, a couple from Studio Calico which are smaller but right on trend.

I have to confess to not using my May Counterfeit kit but rather went back to my bright and colourful January kit, Renew, as I wanted to layer up some embellies into a cluster and I knew that I had a whole pile of cluster goodness in that kit!


In real life, the grey misting is not quite as full-on as it looks in this photo but I do love how that came out. The vellum on top of the bright papers sprinkled with white mist really worked to tone it all down so that the brighter, 1970s photo could shine.



Thanks for stopping by. Hope you leave a comment to let me know you were here and how you intend to use a mask on your layout. Now, off you go to see Candace's creation! She will be sure to wow you with what she made. Check her out here.

Check out the list below if you get lost along the way because I really recommend you visiting everyone on the blog hop today! So much inspiration.

Don't forget that every link on the Mr Linky page gives you eligibility for a prize from Little Blue Button Stamps (NSD sponsor) this month.

And... also that the Design Team call is still open for applications until the end of the month!

Come on over.

Jemma http://just-jimjams.blogspot.co.uk/ 
Dawn         http://www.dawnsscrapbookcottage.blogspot.com/

Lesley http://ohblogitifyoucantbeatthem.blogspot.co.uk/
Maggie http://maggiebscrapblog.blogspot.fr/
Milissa http://millermall.blogspot.com
Julie H http://spendlesscraftmore.blogspot.com.au
Molly         http://www.42shadesofpink.com/index.html
Lisa H http://lisahausmann.blogspot.com
Candace http://usthreebythesea.blogspot.co.uk/
Sherrie http://sherriesmuddlepuddle.blogspot.ca/

15 comments:

  1. Lovely LO as usual Lisa

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  2. Gorgeous page, Lisa. Love the corner cluster & the spiders webs.

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  3. Your misting is so evenly spread and looks fabulous

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  4. Beautiful page, Lisa, I have that stencil and didn't think it could look so pretty and I love the buttons in the centre :)

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  5. Beautiful layout today! Love those masked circles!!!

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  6. That is so nicely subtle, and love the circles/spider's web effect.

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  7. What a happy bunch of clusters and layers and misting!!!! FABULOUS!!!!!

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  8. Ooh, I love how the masking has turned out on this one, and love, love, love that bottom cluster (and how it disguises the banner on the bottom of the patterned paper!)

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  9. Love that mask ... and especially love the idea of using a bit of vellum to tone down colours/patterns - brilliant! Super page TFS

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  10. So much to love about this page! The masking turned out beautifully. And your little embellishment cluster is so gorgeous!

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  11. LOVE the spiderwebby looking circle at the bottom of the page with the button in it!

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  12. oh, oh, oh, let's talk about the lovely close up pics that show off your flower and embellishments. total fabulous-ness! :)

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  13. Your LO is stunning I love all of the embellishments x

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  14. Vellum definitely softens papers and I like those spiderweb masks. A great page :)

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  15. Clustering goodness, indeed. And beautiful colors as well. Nicely done. I've got a couple kits that have been ignored for a few months - must get back to them too.

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