March Monthly Pack
Pasta Fagioli by Jillibean Soup2 x Cardstock
4 x Doublesided Patterned Papers
1 x Cosmo Cricket Yellow Tiny Type Alphas
1 x Chipboard rectangle
1 x Coloured Clip
1 x Adhesive paper strip - doublesided
1 x Dictionary Page
2 x lengths of Jillibean Bakers Twine
In the Booster we have:1 x Kraft Cardstock
1 x Doublesided Patterned Paper
1 x Jillibean Alpha Cardstock stickers
1 x Mulberry paper piece
1 x strip Green Tara webbing
1 x Jillibean beaded pick
Really good value, and the Booster packs are limited and only available when purchasing the March Monthly Pack. Just so you can see how versatile this pack is we have a couple of samples to show you from the Creative Team girls.
Blue x 2 by Sally Clark (CT) pg 1
Blue x 2 by Sally Clark (CT) pg 2
Special by Heather Bensley (CT)This is a close up of the flowers Heather has made using the piece of Mulberry Paper and the patterned papers. The chipboard has been used as a nicely shaped feature for the journaling and some stamping (above). A bit of ink on the edges of the leaves helps to define their shape and depth.
We also have some inspiration to share with you all so that you can find more ways to use up the extra bits and pieces in the pack.
Shopping List by Sally Clark (CT)
Using the chipboard, clip, cardstock alpha stickers and some patterned paper Sally has put together this handy little shopping list that will sit on bench top ready to use. There are also magnets attached to the back of the list so that you can stick it on the fridge.
Hugs and Kisses Card by Sally Clark (CT)
With a couple of stamps and some ink Sally has put together a quick and easy card. It looks good and didn't require much work beyond piecing together the butterfly.
Below we have detail of the Butterfly that Sally has stamped, cut out, glittered, used the pick to represent the body and attach to the card, and shaped some wire to make the little feelers. How gorgeous is this butterfly everyone?!
Don't forget to leave the girls a comment on their wonderful creations. We hope you have gained some insight into what you can do with the many bits and pieces in your pack, and as always we would love to see what you do with yours.