I worked on several DT assignments this weekend, but unfortunately I can't show you anything yet. Instead, I show you two layouts that were pubbed in issue #23 of Scrapbook Magazine. Thanks to Truike from Paper & Pictures I was one of the very first in the Netherlands who had a chance to work with the Minestrone collection from Jillibean Soup. She got a sampler pack at CHA Winter, and I was the lucky one to create a few projects with the gorgeous papers for her magazine. Minestrone has been my favorite collection since the very beginning. I just love the designs and colors.
This layout is about Sanne. I just love the pictures that were taken on my father-in-law's boat in July 2007. She wears Eric's Australian hat to protect her from the sun.
Supplies: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper Patterned paper: Jillibean Soup Minestrone Stickers: Bookworks Mini ABC and Numbers, Scrapworks Vinyl Appliques Buttons: Rusty Pickle Tools: Sizzix Stars #2, QuicKutz Alphabet Blossom Grand, EK Success circle punch, Fiskars Scalloped Daisy border punch, sewing machine, Epson R1400 A3+ printer Ink: VersaColor Pinecone Other: chipboard Computer font: American Typewriter
The second layout is about Sanne too. At the beginning of this year she could finally ride her bike without training wheels. Before that she was just too lazy to try it, and didn't feel like doing it at all. Since she can ride her bike all by herself she loves to go out for a ride.
Supplies: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper Patterned paper, bean seeds: Jillibean Soup Minestrone Tools: QuicKutz Alphabet Diesel Classic, EK Success circle punch, Martha Stewart Scallop Dot edge punch, sewing machine, Epson R1400 A3+ printer Stickers: Bookworks Mini ABC and Numbers Ink: VersaColor Pinecone Computer font: Century Gothic Other: date stamp, foamtape, Doodlebug Design Paper Frills
Jill, owner of Jillibean Soup, is finishing up the designs for CHA Summer. I grabbed this sneak peek from her blog. Believe me, the new collections are to die for. Can't wait to work with the new lines.
Week 1 of 2 Sketches 4 You's 1st Annual Ultimate Card Showdown turned out to be a HUGE success. I viewed all 413 (!) entries, and I can tell you it wasn't easy to narrow it down to 30 favorites. There is a lot of talent in the card making world. Later today the 30 finalists will be revealed as well as the Card of the Week and the Fab 5. So.....be sure to check 2 Sketches 4 You later on.
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