Hope your Thursday is a good one so far. Here is my third project of three that I made with the Jubilee Paper Pack and Jubilee Chipboard Complements.
For this layout, I used the remaining pieces of paper left from the paper pack. I did also include some regular white cardstock and some kraft cardstock. I also included a piece of buttercup from the basic cardstock set for the honeycomb overlay. Sadly, the Jubilee paper pack as well as the matching chipboard complements will be retiring at the end of the month. So don’t miss your chance to snag it while it is still available.
Please note: The Jubilee Paper Pack comes with the 6 designer papers pictured above as well as six sheets of coordinating cardstock. That is twelve pieces of 12x12 paper for less than $10! Jubilee Paper Pack Jubilee Complements
Here’s a closer look at the nice chipboard element. I used one of the “zip strips” and wrapped it around my photo mat. I then used a glue dot to adhere the element to the zip strip so that a photo will slide easily underneath and yet allow the chipboard element to be secure.
Here’s a look at one of the other chipboard elements. I used some foam tape to give it just the slightest lift off the page for a little extra dimension. Note: the red and white gingham strip at the top is also a chipboard element. It isn't a piece of ribbon although it certainly looks like it.
For the lined journaling note card, I simply used the lined note stamp included in the Cricut Artbooking bundle. I stamped it with my Saddle Ink Pad and then trimmed it down so that it looked like simple lines. The chipboard element came as a tag element. I chose to trim it down so that it looked like a sentiment only.
Here’s a closer look at the Family title. The red strip underneath was again a piece of left over paper. I used some white cardstock and my Artbooking cartridge to cut out the letters. I cut them out at 1.75”. The cute Chicken element is also one of the chipboard elements in the set.
For these medallions, I used the Beautiful Friendship stamp set and the Cricut Art Philosophy cartridge to cut out the shapes. I then stamped it using my Twilight ink pad. For the centers I used a couple of the stamps from the buttons, bits & bobs set. I used my Artiste cartridge to cut out the circles and then placed the smaller stamp into the larger one. I inked them both up with my Cranberry Ink pad and stamped them. I finished them up with a bit of the Cranberry Twine from the Harvest Assortment Twine
Products Used For This Project
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Beautiful Friendship Stamp Set
Harvest Twine Asst.
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Buttons, Bits & Bobs
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Don’t forget, place any amount order through my Close To My Heart Link and I will send you either the cute little Ant Piecing Recipe or the Little Piggy Piecing Recipe. These little guys were featured on the first two Jubilee projects
Well, I think this about covers it for today. As always, thank you so much for sharing your crafty time with me. I truly appreciate it. Be sure to come back by tomorrow as I share another fun and hopefully inspiring project! Until then my dear crafty friends,