Monday, September 1, 2014

Paper Issues: Tell Me Dies, Tell Me Sweet Little Dies with Jillibean Soup


School starts tomorrow so I thought it fitting to share a back-to-school layout for the new Tell Me Dies, Tell Me Sweet Little Dies linky party at Paper Issues, sponsored by Jillibean Soup. This page was made with Jillibean's Neopolitan Bean Bisque collection, back in 2012. I guess it was one of my favorite Jillibean collections because I used every last bit of it.

It's hard to believe this photo was taken back when Alexa was a nervous, sixth grade newbie. Now, as an 8th grader, she was chosen to be a WEB (Where Everybody Belongs) leader. She mentors and helps the incoming sixth graders with all of the issues they have in the first weeks of school, like finding their classrooms, getting their lockers open, etc.

Anyway, back to the linky party. We'd love to see your projects, new or old, that fall into the following categories:
  • Fussy cutting.
  • Using die cuts of all kinds, pre-made, manual, electronic, etc.
  • Use Jillibean Soup products.
You'll find more ideas on the Paper Issues blog so be sure to check it out for a chance to win a goodie bag of Jillibean Soup products.

See you tomorrow!

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10 comments:

  1. Love the title. I sang it in my head LOL!! Isn't great to document how the kidlets grow. Love the page - bright colors with b&w photo - perfect.

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  2. Love, love, love this red background ! It really makes the picture pop !

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  3. wonderful project Lisa!!! What a great experience for your daughter :)

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  4. Obviously a timeless layout, Lisa, you'd never know it was from 2 years ago! Really lovely, especially on the red card stock!

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  5. Love love love love this!!!! LOVING the colors and the pencils!!!!

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  6. Love the background color you used, Lisa! And how awesome that Alexa is able to help the younger students now! Great way to mentor!!

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  7. Very bright and colorful. Congrats to your daughter, too!

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  8. Great layout full of your beautiful style. You must be proud of your daughter wanting to help others make a very hard transition. Sign of a beautiful heart and a wonderful mother.

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  9. Awesomesauce - this totally looks so cool - what a great thing to get a pic of!! You really do take pics of all the coolest things!! I am sure that Alexa will be an excellent WEB mentor!! I love how you found just the right place on this layout for all those fun, super cool details!! My favorite is the pencil with a twine bow on it!! You did such a great job on this!!

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