Scrapbooking Top 50 – October Challenge


I completed this layout earlier in the month, and due to many factors just haven’t had a chance to sit down and type this post.  So here I am today, with three BAS’s and a tonne of other deadlines looming typing this post about a layout that has definately been a labour of love.


I spent five days on this layout – creating the strawberries, leaves, stems, flowers and other fiddly elements.


I have used the October Sketch from the Scrapbooking Top 50 Blog, which I initially thought I would use for a clean and simple design – but the strawberries had other ideas.


I have used many different dies to create the strawberries, vines, leaves and flowers – from brands including Kaisercraft, Couture Creations and Sizzix.  I have included a list of products I have used at the end of this post, and my sincere apologies for how long it is.


Now that I have shared my layout it is your turn to use the October Sketch from Scrapbooking Top 50 to make your own layout for the challenge:


Happy Creating and have a wonderful day

Alicia Redshaw

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All products purchased from:

Cutting dies – Couture Creations (doily, open leaf for strawberry tops, bird), Kaisercraft (leaf swirl for vines, hearts for strawberries, leaves, lace edge, title), Sizzix (flowers)
Embossing folder – Kaisercraft (dots for strawberries)
Inks – Tim Holtz (Vintage Photo, Abandoned Coral, Cracked Pistachio), Archival (Jet Black)
Liquid Pearls – Daffodil
Stickles – Waterfall
Cardstock – Bazzill (Bazzill White, Bazzill Red, Blackbird), Unknown (green, Dark Kraft)
Patterned paper – Prima, Kaisercraft
Glitter cardstock – Red Wine
Stamp – Stampendous N’Studio
Bling – Couture Creations
Paint – Golden High Flower (Carbon Black, Titanium White)
Lindy’s Stamp Gang Mist – Wake Me Up Before You Go Gold
Sponge Daubers
Edge Distresser
Glossy Accents
Foam adhesive
Double-sided tape
Multiliner 0.5 Black


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