Later I watched its successor, "Take Hart", where Tony continued to inspire me with achievable arty projects, shared "The Gallery" and shared his desk with a cute plasticine character called Morph. Able to change his shape at will, Morph had great adventures in amongst the clutter of pencils, paints and string and later on he even got his very own TV series.
Crystal started us off and I was no.4 in the morphing order, taking Susanne's horizontal lines and cute edge clusters and title placement to make my own page.
That's my July Counterfeit Kit and a studio portrait of my three kids from 1998 (I think - hence the lack of date while I check). I love how Child No.3 is holding onto No.1 Son's thumb and No.2 Son is trying not to laugh out loud. My they have changed - I'd love to get them together for another group shot, but getting them all in one place for a photo nowadays is hard.
I passed my page on to Bethany to adapt. If you want to see the full morphology of our pages you can start at the beginning by visiting the CKCB today.
P.S. If you love the CKCB as much as I do why not think about joining the Master Forgers