Jillibean Soup & A Sketch

Hello & Happy Friday! Today I have a recent layout I created while playing with some Jillibean Soup Hexie Stickers and my Crafter's Workshop stencils. 
When I was playing with the template I used a fun technique that I saw on either Ronda Palazzari's or Julie Fei-Fan Balzer's blog. I'm not sure which, maybe it was both! Anyway, I first placed the template on the cream lined paper and misted it with some Dylusion's  Ink. Then I took the stencil and laid it onto the yellow and blue chevron paper and rubbed what ink was left on it. I love the way it turned out and how it dramatically changed the look of the original paper.

You can see a bit more what I mean on this close up photo.

Now, as I mentioned in the title of today's post, here is a sketch for you to use based on my layout above. You are more than welcome to use it to create your own layout. If you do use it, I would really love it if you would share it with me either here on my blog or on my Facebook page!

I hope you enjoy the sketch!!!


  1. What a great sketch. I love your techniques on your layout with the stencils. Adds so much depth and dimension to your project.

  2. Too cute - looks like fun too! Great take on the sketch!

  3. Great sketch and I adore your layout Juliana! Adorable!!

  4. Fabulous sketch and LO, love the paper range and how you used it. Those hexagon's look so cool!

  5. I cannot tell you how much I love your layout, Juliana! Really, really beautiful!

  6. Really cute page Juliana!! Love the mix of blue and green and the different hexagon patterns!!

  7. This is GORGEOUS!!! Loveeeeeeeeeee the colors and love love love all the hexagons!!


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