Sadly, it's the final day of our Jillibean Soup + 3L Scrapbook Adhesives Blog Swap! We want to thank the 3L Scrapbook Adhesives team for playing along and giving us some good sticky stuff to hold our papers together! We couldn't do it with out you! ;)
Today we have 2 more Halloween cards designed by Tracey McNeely. She shows how to use our Monster Stamp & Die set to create fun cards for the upcoming holiday plus how to look at non-halloween stamps to create pumpkins for her 2nd card.
Creating your own patterned papers with stamping is as easy as picking two or three smaller images. Designer, Tracey McNeely, created this fun ‘eye’ catching spooky card using the three sizes of eyes from the Monster clear Stamp & Die set. She randomly stamped them onto a white panel in black ink and then backed it with black cardstock.
Supplies: Jillibean Soup Clear Stamp & Die set: Monster
Stretching your supplies is always fun. Team member, Tracey McNeely turned our balloon from Balloon Party into a pumpkin and then she turned our Octopus into a ghost for her fun Halloween card! Thinking outside the box allows you to get mileage out of what you already have. All you need is a bit of creativity.
Both teams have created gorgeous projects with each other's products. Match made in heaven! There are 3L Scrapbook Adhesives Foam Squares in heaven, right?!
Today we have another beautiful layout by designer Marielle LeBlanc.
During a trip to Montreal this Summer I took these photos of my son in front of this beautiful rustic teal metal building. I used supplies from the Shades of Color Soup and Bohemian Brew to compliment the photos.
Hi, Jen Gallacher this afternoon sharing a fun Christmas shaker card featuring some of our NEW Holiday Shaker card products. Just wait until you see all the amazing card bases, shaker shapes, fillers, and stamp/die sets that are being released in the next month or so. These foundational pieces will make the most amazing Christmas cards. In this quick tutorial, I'll show you how to use one of these darling stamp sets to create a stocking shaker card.
I've included all the tutorial steps below, but you can also watch the tutorial video. Click HERE to watch the video on our YouTube channel or simply push play on the video below:
Here is the complete tutorial.
Step 1: Stamp the stocking image in the inside of the stocking cut out on the card base.
Step 2: Stamp the same image on green and red cardstock.
Step 3: Fussy cut the red top and the green heel and toe pieces from the colored cardstock and glue to the same piecess on the stamped image.
Step 4: Stamp a phrase in the inside of the card.
Step 5: Stamp the snowflake image repeatedly on a rectangle of kraft cardstock.
Step 6: Place the original card shape on top of the kraft cardstock. Then place the die for the stocking on the white card base so that it centers perfectly on the kraft cardstock rectangle.
Step 7: Mount the die cut kraft cardstock on the top of the white card base with black photo corners.
Step 8: Stamp the "Be Merry" phrase onto a strip of red cardstock.
Step 9: Thread twine through a few green buttons and mount them and the stamped phrase on the card front.
Step 10: Place the shaker inside the stocking opening and add gold glitter filler to the shaker.
Step 11: Carefully close the card and make sure the shaker adhesive holds to the stamped stocking image. Stamp the holly on green cardstock, fussy cut it, and add it to the stocking shaker.
Welcome to the Jillibean Soup and 3L Scrapbook Adhesives Blog Swap!
This week we partnered with a great adhesive company, 3L. We sent their team our beautiful papers and embellishments and they shared with our team, foam adhesive and tape runners. We like to 'stick' with companies like 3L Scrapbook Adhesives!
Buckeye Fans Layout by Jaclyn Rench
Even if you don’t have a paper collection to match your theme, it’s easy to select the netural designs from any paper collection, to achieve a thematic design. Design team member, Jaclyn Rench, pulled from a variety of different Jillibean collections (old &new!) to match the color scheme of her hometown football team. Using a quilt like pattern, created from squares of patterned paper, for her background creates lots of ‘pockets’ of opportunity for embellishing throughout her page.
Happy Friday! Today, Jillibean Soup Design Team Member Summer Fullerton is sharing her projects that feature Jillibean Soup's 2018 Summer releases - Garden Harvest and Miso Happy Soup! These collections are perfect for scrapbooking layouts, creating cards and so many different paper crafting projects!
Smile More Worry Less Scrapbook Layout by Summer Fullerton
Supplies Jillibean Soup Patterned Paper: Garden Harvest/Plant the Seeds Garden Harvest/Plow the Field Garden Harvest/Reap the Grain Garden Harvest/Water the Goods Garden Harvest/Harvest the Crop Garden Harvest/Gather the Goods Pea Pod Parts: Garden Harvest Coordinating Cardstock Stickers: Garden Harvest Foam Stickers: Garden Harvest Kraft Accessories: Alpha Tiles Kraft Kraft Accessories: 12x12 Paper Wood Veneer: Today
Other: Cardstock from Bazzill, DMC Floss, Silhouette Cutting System, Heart Metal Die and Tim Holtz Tiny Attacher.
There Is Always Something To Be Thankful For Scrapbook Layout by Summer Fullerton
Supplies: Jillibean Soup Patterned Paper: Miso Happy/Miso Paste Miso Happy/Tofu Miso Happy/Dashi Miso Happy/Bonito Flakes Miso Happy/Wakama Miso Happy/Green Chard Miso Happy/Bite Size Bits Pea Pod Parts: Miso Happy Coordinating Cardstock Stickers: Miso Happy Jillibean Soup Silhouette Cut File: There is always something to be thankful for #274020
Other: Parklane Tag, Taylored Expressions Felt, Metal Bow Die from My Favorite Things, Cardstock from Bazzill and Tim Holtz Tiny Attacher,