Latest & Greatest: Stamping with Jillibean Soup

Hey everyone! Roree here with today’s Inspiration Station post.

Our next show is going on this weekend in Kansas City, MO on July 12 & 13. Stamp & Scrapbook Expo will be teaching four “Latest & Greatest” workshops at this show: Card Making, Cool Tools, Scrapbooking, and Stamping. Today I am going to be creating with new products from our Stamping class: Jillibean Soup‘s Shape Shaker Stamps & Dies.

If you take the Stamping class, you will receive the Cloud Stamp & Die Set:

These stamps and dies work perfectly in coordination with their Cloud Shaker Cards, their Cloud Shaker Inserts, and any of their Shaker Fillers. But they also work great on their own too.

With the set, I created this treat bag:

I started by stamping the cone and sentiment on a Kraft paper bag.

I added die-cut ice cream scoops and a cherry cut out from Pebbles’ Oh Summertime 6×6 Paper Pad above the stamped images. (This paper collection is being featured in our Latest & Greatest: Card Making workshop right now.)

These dies ran through my Cricut Cuttlebug machine so easily and cut through the paper with one pass. I don’t have the kind of luck with all dies, so I was super impressed.

I then added some baker’s twine and a sentiment die cut to finish the treat bag.

This is the perfect stamp and die set for summer or any time that you need to send something a little sweet. 🙂

This Latest & Greatest: Stamping workshop featuring Jillibean Soup‘s Shape Shaker Stamps & Dies will also be taught in Duluth GA, and Schaumburg IL. We hope you can make it to one of these shows.

I hope you enjoyed today’s Make It! Monday project. Thanks so much for stopping by!

8 thoughts on “Latest & Greatest: Stamping with Jillibean Soup

  1. Janice Rumph says:

    Hi Roree, love the fun die cuts and ideas.
    I also thought it was fun that your last name is the same as mine and I’m all the way in Australia! It isn’t such a common name here.

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