Friday, 4 August 2017

Forgeries on the Fourth

If you've come here from the Counterfeit Kit Challenge, then I'm guessing that you're interested in the printables that I've included in my kit (you can see my kit reveal here) and also some more that I've found and printed since then. I really think they are going to add some nice elements that I can cut out and use on layouts - I'm much more interested in flatter items these days after wading though some layouts in albums from back in the day which are horribly bulky!

So, I printed all these items out onto white paper - not as thick as cardstock so they should be easier to cut out - 160g. I decided to print the word confetti at two to an A4 page so that they are A5 so that they really are small words to add to pages.

So let's see what I printed (apologies for the less than perfect tinted photos):

Journalling cards, labels and tags in black and white by D-lish Scraps:

A set of printable gift tags that I thought could be useful for the tags and banner items in the original kit by A Pair and a Spare:

On the right set of words on both in both black on white and white on black. Unfortunately, I can't find the original source but the link takes you directly to the printable page, and on the left I printed out the tiny words in English and German but there is also a sheet of just English words over at Lorelei Lee's Plan-Bar : 

On the right four different coloured backgrounds. I can't find who originally created them but the link takes you directly to the printable page, and on the left your choice of words on white on black or black on white by Patricia at My Dandelion Dreams:

 Kaitlin Shaeffer has a whole series of printable labels in all sorts of gorgeous colours on her blog here:

And another set of labels that I don't have the original source for but the link will take you directly to the printable page: 

Don't forget that the rest of the team will be back on the 6th to share their mini kits and you can share your kits and projects with us by using the Link-Up page here on the blog, posting in the Counterfeit Kit Challenge Facebook Community Group or on Instagram (find us @counterfeitchallenge and share with #counterfeitchallenge ).


  1. You were busy! Love Kaitlin Shaeffer's labels as I use them all the time. I downloaded the colored word sheets as I have not seen them before. Now to see them on your projects.
    Cindy F

  2. There really is a treasure trove of free printables out there - I have a couple of those pinned already. Those labels from Kaitlin Schaeffer are a favorite too.

  3. Lisa, it was you that first inspired me to tuck tiny words into my clusters. Would that I were clustering. Yes some of those layouts are thick. Texture, dimension. That's the beauty of art.


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