The Soup Bowl

Tidbits about Jillibean Soup and the life behind the bowl…

Fun Stuff from Jillibean Soup friends November 5, 2008

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I have some fun stuff to share…


Here’s a “missing you” card from Tracy.  Tracy used paper from the Blackbean collection.  Love the pink and black flowers/buttons that she added. 


A “thank you” card from Heather.  Heather used “Portobello” from the Cream of Mushroom line.  Heather pulled the red from the design and inked the edges in red to make the paper pop from the card.  Cute card Heather!


A layout from Missey featuring the Spicy Pumpkin collection and her beautiful daughter.  I love the way she weaved the papers – cool Missey!


A “fall” layout from Sue.  Sue also used the Spicy Pumpkin collection.  Sue used cinnamon and gold Stickles and a copper gelly roll glitter pen to add bling to the page.  Very cute Sue!


A “thank you” card from Tracy.  Love how she combined the solid colors and the green Bo Bunny paper with the JBS kraft papers.  Cute flower too!


“My Shining Star” layout from Jen.  Jen used paper from the Split Pea collection.  Love the way she cut out the star – very innovative!  Love the drawn stitching too!


A notecard from Missey.  Love the way the Spicy Pumpkin flower peeks out from under the “half & half” (birds) paper.  Cute Missey!

Thank you everyone for sharing your great ideas and for using JB Soup products!!!



Happy Birthday Ron!

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Happy Birthday to my big brother Ron.  This is a photo of Ron with his high school sweetheart Kathy – my sister-in-law.  Kathy will probably boycott my blog after this post. 

I won’t share Ron’s age…I will share that he still looks like the photo.  I guess he’s aged well. 

Have a great day!!!!!!


Congrats to Mark Eves!

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Congrats to my brother-in-law Mark for being elected as Maine’s 146th district State Representative!!! Way to go Mark! 

Thanks to all the local Moose and Lobsters that turned out to support Mark! 😉 

Seriously, way to make your “mark” in this world!  You can read more about Mark and his family here.