Jillibean Soup | Tutorial on using your leftovers

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Hello and welcome to another blog post. Today I'm continuing the theme of useful ways to use up your leftover papers and embellishments with another tutorial.

DESIGNED FOR | Jillibean Soup
PROJECT | Teddy Layout Tutorial
LINK | Full tutorial can be found HERE








SUPPLIES | Jillibean Soup
Patterned Paper: Cool As A Cucumber/Cool Cucumber, Hip Hummus, Awesome Avacado, Chic Kale, Bite Size Bits
Coordinating Stickers: Cool As A Cucumber
Wood Veneers: Halloween
Wise Words: White Sentiments

SUPPLIES | Other
White Card Stock, Vellum, Embroidery Thread, Corner Punch, Foam Pop Dots
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7 comments:

  1. Beautiful...you have the best ideas for scraps.

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  2. So, this is what my internal thought process was:"Oh! She's done a cut out tittle & backed pp behind. Near. I could do that. Oooh! Love those speech bubbly things."
    Then I get to the close up "OH! She cut UP the paper into itsy stained window patterns. Sheesh! You gotta be kidding! How dos she dream up this stuff? Amazing!" End of story;) :):)!!!!!

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  3. Truly love the technique of the title.

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  4. Wow love how you have created the title, really impressive.. and love all the descriptive words too...

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  5. I always end up with white space envy when I come here!!! :P I wish I could nail this style like you do, everything always looks amazing! That title looks fantastic - amazing detail! I have to laugh at the hat on Teddy - Hunter has the same one on his head at this very moment!!! (With a very sweaty head underneath because he is refusing to take it off today!) XXX

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  6. Such an amazing layout, love what you create!

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  7. Beautiful and cute LO.
    Great colors, I like
    how you made the title :)
    Have a great day // Lisa

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