The Soup Bowl

Tidbits about Jillibean Soup and the life behind the bowl…

A Little Help from some Jillibean Friends November 19, 2008

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Got some good stuff to share.  I apologize for the lighting in the photos.



Here’s a very cool “Fall” layout from Emily (Emily works at Scrapbook Groupies in Gahanna and is the sweetest!).  She used the Cream of Mush collection to create that very cool tree.  Love the 3-D leaves too!  Thanks Emily!


Here’s another cute fall page from Kathy.  Kathy used the Spicy Pumpkin collection as well as some JB Soup Bean Seeds (felt pieces).  The girls in the pic are my 2 sweet nieces.  Thanks Kathy!


Suzie created a cute baseball page using the Cold Raspberry line.  The circles work great with the baseball theme.  Thanks Suzie!



“Many Thanks” card from Tracy.  Love that Cream of Mush line!  Tracy used the Half & Half (birds) paper on the inside as well.  Great design!  Cute card Tracy!!



A “Pumpkin Patch” layout from Jamie.  She used the white Cream of Mush line.  Look at that adorable owl!  She cut him out by hand – cute, cute!!  Thanks Jamie! 

More to share soon!

Thanks ladies!  It’s exciting for me to see my paper in action!



I’m excited to announce…

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2 new stores will now carry Jillibean Soup products!

Please check out Custom Cut-Ups Scrapbooking in Wooster, Ohio.  Great store!  I will doing make n’ takes at their annual retreat in January.

Also, make sure to check out Scrapbooking’s Inn in Hellertown, Pennsylvania.  They will be opening in December!  Good luck on your new adventure Amy and Jenn!

Thanks ladies for supporting Jillibean Soup!



Need a laugh?

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Kami, Brooke and I had a “normal” trip to Target today.  If you’ve never read about our Target trips, read this and this.   Today was a good day at Target – nothing crazy.  We were shopping and the cart was starting to get full so Kami had to get out of the cart and walk.  She was thrilled with this.  She did, however, want to help push Brooke in the cart.  This was not going so well and she kept stopping and giving me “the look”.  She was mad because her feet barely touch the ground while trying to push the top bar so she had to let go several times.  Anyhow, like I said, she kept giving me the pouty look.  I said you her “why are you being such a crab-ass today” (this just came out, I do not talk to my kids this way, I really don’t know where it came from).  Her response was…“I not crab-ass, I Kami”.   I just laughed out loud in the store.  Oh, what a horrible mother!