Friday, September 17, 2010

Jillibean Soup Projects, and Scrap-a-Fairytale

It's already been a few weeks since CHA Summer 2010 but I haven't shared my Jillibean Soup projects yet. I was assigned to create two cards. For the first card I used Old World Cabbage Stew, one of my favorite collections.



For the second one I worked with the Chicken Noodle Collection.



You may have heard about the Scrap-a-Fairytale event organized and hosted by Paper & Pictures from October 1st - 3rd. A great event with classes from Paper & Pictures DT members and international teachers from BoBunny, Sassafrass and......Jillibean Soup. Jill and Kimber will be teaching classes at the event and I can't wait to meet them in person. I've been on the Jillibean Soup Design Team for a year and half and now finally get a chance to meet the girls. I am sure it will be fun.



I'll be back tomorrow with a card for Twisted Cards. Until then!

9 comments:

  1. OH Ingrid they are both so beautiful and how you see something and bring it to life on paper is always so perfect and amazing!!! I got my goodies yesterday. I have more bling now in my craft space then I do in my jewelry box!!!

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  2. Love both cards just as much. xox

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  3. Ze zijn weer erg bijzonder, zoals altijd .

    Gr. Anita

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  4. I always love the things you create with your Jillibean Soup goodies! These two cards are precious and the big green button is FABULOUS! You must be very excited about your Scrap-a-Fairtytale event. What a great opportunity! ♥♥ Kay

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  5. Je kaartjes zijn supergaaf! De accenten van kraft cardstock maakt ze zo mooi stoer en geeft ze net dat beetje anders. En die groene knoop op je eerste kaart is prachtig!

    Dat Fairytale-weekend klinkt super! En het is inderdaad een geweldige gelegenheid om een aantal vriendinnen 'from the other side of the ocean' te ontmoeten:)

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  6. Mooie kaarten heb je gemaakt Ingrid!!Groetjes Nora

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  7. Hi Ingrid! Thanks for visiting Unscripted Sketches today! I am not sure how you missed it, but the sketch is right there on top, just above the first DT example. I love your style and your cards, so please come back and enter this week's challenge so I can see your take on it! :o) Blessings, Becky G. (US DT)

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