The new Jillibean Soup collections are really wonderful. I love the diversity of the various collections. Today I have two projects to share that were posted on the Jillibean Soup blog last month, but I forgot to upload them on my own blog.
This card features the Old World Cabbage Stew collection. This one is one of my favorite new collections.
Supplies: All supplies by Jillibean Soup unless noted Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper (kraft), Papertrey Ink (Rustic Cream) Patterned paper: Old World Cabbage Stew Twill: Mini Flowers Ribbon Twine: Brown/Natural ribbon Button: Brown Stamps: Birthday Party, Waltzing Mouse Stamps (Very Vintage Labels No. 4) Ink: VersaColor (Pinecone), Papertrey Ink (Dark Chocolate) Tools: Fiskars border punch, Spellbinders Nestabilities Labels Four, Cuttlebug Emboss A2 Border Just My Type, sewing machine Other: foamtape
My second project is a clean & simple layout featuring the Chicken Noodle collection and coordinating products. The photos were taken in Belgium in May 2006. My parents celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary that year, and had invited us and my brother and SIL for a few days to be spent at a holiday resort near the Belgian coast. One day we went to Plopsaland, a great amusement park for kids.
Supplies: All supplies by Jillibean Soup unless noted Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper (kraft, brown) Patterned paper: Chicken Noodle Coordinating Cardstock Stickers: Chicken Noodle Alpha stickers: Glazed Green
As of this month the new DT girls Aly, Becky, Cindy, Juliana, Kim, Melanie and Paula are also featured on the Jillibean Soup blog so that means many more beautiful projects each month.
It's Easter Monday today, so we've been enjoying a day off. Eric and Fleur just left the house and are on their way to the river Lek by bike. Eric would like to take some photos, and Fleur wanted to join him. She loves playing by the Lek. Sanne is having a hot bath, and I will be doing some scrapbooking this afternoon.
Have a Happy (Easter) Monday.