Jillibean Soup Cold Avocado Soup Layout

I know that CHA Winter 2014 has just finished, but I am still enjoying quite a few collections from the Summer. Today, I have a layout I recently created using one of my favorite collections from the Summer CHA scrapbook releases - Cold Avocado Soup by Jillibean Soup. It took me a while to get my hands on it, but when I did, I had a great time creating several layouts. The layout I am sharing with you today came together by layering several papers from the collection along with a variety of fun embellishments.

Learning & Sharing Layout by Juliana Michaels #jillibeansoup #coldavocadosoup

This group of embellishments is a combination of Jillibean Soup Pea Pod Parts, Freckled Fawn wood veneer, and Paper Bakery Flair.  The green arrows are Dusty Attic Chipboard that I colored with Ranger Distress Ink in Peeled Paint.

Learning & Sharing Layout by Juliana Michaels detail #jillibeansoup #coldavocadosoup

Learning & Sharing Layout by Juliana Michaels detail #jillibeansoup #coldavocadosoup


Patterned Paper: Jillibean Soup | Cold Avocado Soup and Macho Nacho Soup
Die Cuts: Jillibean Soup Pea Pod Parts | Cold Avocado Soup
Letter Stickers: Jillibean Soup Alphabeans - Mushroom
Wood Veneer: Freckled Fawn Arrows
Flair: Paper Bakery | Flash Photography Set
Chipboard: Dusty Attic Arrows #1
Ink: Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Ink in Peeled Paint and Vintage Photo
Pen: Marvy Uchida Le Pen in Dark Grey


  1. Love this collection!! Gorgeous page Juliana!!!

  2. This is beautiful! LOVING the colors and love love love the arrows!!!!!!!

  3. What a good story documented, and I love the green arrows on your page! x

  4. I absolutely LOVE this collection too! Still hoarding it in my stash! Awesome job!

  5. Love this! Those pp's and colors are awesome! Fabulous job!

  6. Love all your layers and those arrows are great!

  7. Great page Juliana!! Love the mix of Yellow and Green Jillibean papers!!


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