Well as promised today I have 3 projects that use the new Jillbean Soup lines. The first one is an adorable fall wreath. It would look great in any home. It is made by Design Team Member Amy Cloud.
Here is the supply list and how to information:
Designer: Amy Cloud (adapted from Jillibean Blog; designer Summer Fullerton)
Supplies: Choose 10-11 super cute printed papers that you think go together. I used a mix of
Jillibean and Bella Blvd.’s fall collections ~ browns, oranges, greens, a red and
even threw in a cute blue for a little added color. Pick whatever you like!
Leaves: All leaves were cut using the Cricut Cartridge “Accent Essentials” at 2 ¾. I cut 6-7 of
each color. If the paper was double sided, 12 leaves can be cut from one sheet! I also cut 3
Bazzill Brown flower sprigs from the same cartridge!
Owl: Cut using the Cricut Cartridge “Straight From the Nest” at 3” and then the wings were
cut off! I used a paper crimper on him also and cut a beak from an orange leaf scrap!
Additional Supplies: 12” wreath wire purchased at Michael’s, two buttons for eyes with
white pen lines and white floss, raffia for a bow, and a fall sprig for added decorations.
Assembly: Begin hot gluing leaves to the wire wreath alternating colors. Assemble owl and
hot glue to wreath!!
The next project is a layout featuring the new line Christmas Ever Chowder. This layout was made by Design Team Member Mary Pat.
paper- Jillibean Soup Christmas Eve Chowder
die cuts-Jillbean Soup Christmas Eve Chowed
Twine- The Twinery
felt flowers- Jillibean Soup
The final project today is a card created using the Christmas Eve Chowder line. it is never to early to start working on your Christmas Cards.
paper-jillibean soup christmas eve chowder
die cut- jillibean soup christmas eve chowder
twine- the twinery
I hope you like today's featured projects! Thanks so much for stopping by today! I will be back tomorrow with a look at a brand new line! See you then! -mp