Kim has created this bright and beautiful layout highlighting her and her husband's love for their little boy using Jillibean Soup Grandma's Lima Bean Soup range. Kim has used the bright green patterned paper perfectly. This shade can be daunting, but don't be afraid to have a go at using a paper like this for a background. Subdue it's bright colour with clusters of embellishments and a large strip of a darker paper.
Chris found this great tutorial to make this sweet Heart Wreath which thought the Jillibean Soup 'Soup Staples II' would be perfect for! They would brighten up any little girls bedroom door!
The Soup Staples II papers are perfect for creating a set of gorgeous birthday cards to have on hand ready to post out to a friend or to pop on top of a present! The butterflies are popped off the card with 3D tape and a little bling in the centre.
This time Chris used the butterfly punch to punch out some negative butterflies in the cardstock and then placed some Soup Staples II paper behind each butterfly and placed the white butterfly back on top so that the pattern paper is only just peeking through. She then finished off the cards with the stamped sentiment by Hero Arts.
A big thanks to Becky Williams for sharing two of her beautiful layouts using Jillibean Soup products with us. Becky has been a long time DT member at Jillibean and she really knows how to use the various products to their best advantage. I love the various hexagons that Becky has used on this layout and the buttons that she has made into a sun on the next layout.
Aussie, Leanne Allinson has just joined the Jillibean Soup DT and has kindly agreed to share her beautiful layout with us. I love how Leanne has used the Grandma's Lima Bean Soup range to completely different effect to Kim. The white background and random hexagons gives the layout a light and whimsical feel. Thanks for sharing Leanne!
This layout and the next one are kindly shared with us by Katrina Hunt. For this layout Katrina has used the Neapolitan Bisque range. Katrina has used the papers, stickers and Die Cut embellishments to create this fun layout!
And for this stunning layout Katrina has used papers and die cuts from the Coconut Lime range. Katrina says "I LOVE the green and pink combo in the collection. And I had fun creating this one, because of these fun pictures of my dog, Ella Boo Bear" Many thanks Katrina for sharing your fabulous layouts with us!
The above layout and the projects to follow are all from a very big Jillibean Soup fan - Mary Pat Siehl. Here's what Mary Pat has to say about Jillibean Soup "I fell in love with Jillibean Soup about 3 years ago when Kimber and Jill, from Jillibean Soup came to my local scrapbook store and taught a class. I immediately fell in love with the papers and embellishments. I am a Jillibean Soup addict! The papers and embellishments just make me happy when I use them. They are so bright and cheery and I am loving the new embellishments like the banner bits!" Readers, please enjoy Mary Pat's gorgeous Jillibean Soup creations!
* Designer note- This altered canvas was so much fun to create. I first made some snowflake masks using my die cutting machine. I then placed them on my canvas and sprayed it with tattered angels mist. the mist matches the colours in the papers. I then took strips of paper from the Winter Tortellini collection and rolled them up and glue gunned them shut. I made various lengths and then formed a tree. I then glued them to the canvas. I used an old strip of burlap for the tree stump. To embellish the tree and star I used some Jillibean buttons and some other random buttons. This little canvas will go in my house for a little decoration.
We can't thank you enough Mary Pat for inspiring us with your many wonderful creations using Jillibean Soup!