JBS Mercantile and the Paper Tray

Although the finished barn studio is still quite a ways out, I’m already acquiring goodies for future workshops. Naturally, my classes will feature vintage items, a lot of which I find at my favorite little online store, JBS Mercantile.

I don’t always have a project in mind when I order supplies, I just order cool stuff and the craft ideas come. The Flea Market at the JBS Mercantile is just one of the wonderful offerings from  Jenni Bowlin, a woman after my own heart and one of my biggest craft & design idols. Jenni’s unique and wonderful vintage design style gives life to hundreds of gorgeous products. If you’re a scrapbook enthusiast, and you haven’t seen her product, you’re probably going to freak out. (You’ve been warned.) Her latest exciting product that has me skipping around like a goofball: Jenni Bowlin Fiskar Punches!

Take a visit to SC Johnson Family Economics to find my craft and free printable template download for a super easy but very useful paper tray project that I made using this gorgeous two-sided Jenni Bowlin scrapbook paper!

Disclosure: I am a paid blogger for SC Johnson

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7 Responses to JBS Mercantile and the Paper Tray

  1. #1 - kate blue says:

    oh heck, why you show me something I can actually try on a day when I am playing momma-taxi to both kids????!!! love JB and have actually met her and the super cute hubby-she was super sweet and her products rock!

  2. #2 - berta says:

    I get a box of Jenni’s goodness every month 🙂 Love her style. I can’t wait to see what you offer for your workshops! Put me on your mailing list! 😉

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  4. #3 - Kokopelli says:

    The paper tray is great. Thanks for sharing. I can see this filled with cookies given as a gift, so this is on my list for next Christmas.

  5. #4 - Tracy says:

    I hope that you will post photos of your finished studio space – i am looking for inspiration!

  6. #5 - Diane says:

    I would love to see photos of your finished studio also! I need some inspiration to get my ‘studio’ organized!

  7. #6 - Marie says:

    Thanks for sharing your wonderful ideas! So inspiring! Found your blog when looking for ideas for shrinky dinks, and since then I am stuck!
    Marie from Gothenburg, Sweden