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Monday, September 28, 2009

If this is wrong, I don't want to be right...

I am in love with "jillibean soup" - a scrapbook company. Get a load of the names of the "Alphabet Soup" line: Ground Round, Vegetable Juice, Mixed Veggies, Alphabet Pasta, Hot Water and Beef Bouillon. And their buttons are my apple pie for dessert - I LOVE the sizes and designs. And as if I needed more reason to love jillibean, the papers are double-sided... here they are...




These are, of course, available at Scrapbook and Co. where we had an awesome all day crop on Saturday. It was a "Back to School" theme, so as instructed, I wore my high school uniform. For the record, I was the ONLY one who wore her uniform!!!
Sadly, my original uniform school shoes, penny loafers (pennies included) were destroyed after four years of continuous wear - and NO ONE got new penny loafers during high school. You started freshman year in a pair and you graduated in that pair.

Another new line at Scrapbook and Co. is the Bazzill Heritage Paper. Normally this is a TOTAL snoozer for me... I have no desire to fill in family trees or research my ancestors (maybe one day), but I LOVE the journaling cards. I'm going to cut these apart and keep them in my crop bag so I always have a cute journaling block. I can just ink it to match any color scheme...

And I couldn't resist, because Avery "finger and toes" are just too cute. We had a Mommy and Avery day on Sunday and this is how Miss Avery came home...



Heading off to work now, but not before I check what's new at www.jillibean-soup.com
heather

4 comments:

sarahmartina said...

YAYYYY!!! Omgosh I love Jilibean Soup! Are the chipboard letters gonna be available? Let me go back and re-read your post... Lol! I love the corrugated cardboard look of those things... SO fun! :-)

bev said...

I just gotta say your HS uniform was much uglier than mine....ouch! It is too funny to read about the shoes...we were the same way the freshman saddle oxfords had to make it thru senior year...lol

Paula D said...

Loved, loved, loved the uniform! I went to public high school where no uniforms were required, but I certainly could have arranged to wear an outfit I would have worn to school back in the day! You are such a good sport & lots of fun to hang out with. Your vivaciousness made the all-day crop a great success!

Megan said...

That uniform is terrible - UGH. Now the cute little plaid skirts are so much better.