Jillibean | Layout Tutorial

Sunday, June 15, 2014

Oops, missed one! I somehow managed to miss posting this project to my blog so as the old saying goes... better late than never! If you would like to see the full tutorial then head over to the Jillibean Soup blog HERE!

DESIGNED FOR | Jillibean Soup
PROJECT | Layout Tutorial



HIDDEN BUTTERFLY | Jillibean have started creating beautiful wooden elements so I've been playing around with different concepts of adding them to my projects.


WHERE DID THE IDEA COME FROM? | Me! I'm someone that cannot even begin to pick papers without having a plan down on paper first. I keep a little book on my desk and constantly doodle away with ideas. Some never see the light of day whereas others I use straight away and sometimes the finished design hardly resembles the original drawing. However this layout managed to stay on track so wasn't too far off from my original scribble.




SUPPLIES USED |
Jillibean Soup
Patterned Paper: Sightseeing Stew/Grilled Geocache; Spicy Social Soup/2 Parts Tweet, Bite Size Bits; Soup Staples II/Grey Salt, Orange Salt, Red Salt, Turquoise Salt, Yellow Salt
Alphabeans: Banana Yellow, Mushroom Grey, Blueberry Teal
Wood Sprinkles: Travel
Stampables: Wood Shapes

Other: Multi-shade yellow thread, Black journaling pen, Color Shine

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5 comments:

  1. WOW! What a fabulous layout! I LOVE the technique you have used for the butterfly - it looks amazing! And (as usual), your attention to detail and use of white space is spot on! (I only wish I could do it as well!) XXX

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  2. Melinda it is simply stunning, I just adore it to bits!

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  3. Gorgeous.. love all the polka dot papers!

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  4. This is just gorgeous! Your daughter? is Gorgeous and so is the kitty! Wonderful all around!! TFS!!!!!!

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  5. Another stunning page. I love how you work your papers...even the scraps.

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