#ThrowbackThursday: Go Back to Summertime with this Strawberry Scrapbook Project

Strawberries are amongst the most versatile fruit. They work well in smoothies, jam and jelly, pie, shortcake and more. But, did you know that with a little bit of inventiveness and creativity you can add the fruity fun of strawberries to your layouts? You likely have a lot of spring and summertime photos that were taken during peak strawberry season — freshen them up with this fun homemade scrapbook strawberry!



Layout & Strawberry Idea by Glenda Van De Voorde – CM Independent Advisor

To create the strawberry, you will need:


Step 1: Punch a heart with the Raspberry Cardstock and the Double Heart Punch. You will use the inside heart piece.


Step 2: Next, punch the Leaf Green Cardstock with the Embossed Trio Flower Punch. Use the largest leaf to cut out three of the stems for the top piece and two of the stems for the bottom piece.

Step 3: Use Repositionable Adhesive to attach them to the top of the strawberry.


Step 4: Finish the strawberry by making black dots for the seeds with a Black Dual-Tip Pen.


Step 5: Put Foam Squares on the back and attach to your layout.

Although we’re a far ways away from it being strawberry season, you can still make it feel like it’s summertime with this strawberry scrapbook project. What’s your favorite way to use strawberries? Let us know in the comments below!

7 thoughts on “#ThrowbackThursday: Go Back to Summertime with this Strawberry Scrapbook Project

  1. Love that a lot of pictures are shown on this layout and journaling!! Like the use of the heart as a strawberry.

  2. I agree with LP. Finally more than 2 pictures on a page. I rarely do layouts with less than 4 pictures on a page. Like also that the accents are not overdone. Just enough to add a splash of color, but not take the focus away from the pictures. Love the strawberries…will have to use that one.

  3. Love the simple clean layout. It definitely enhaces your photos. I too like layout ideas with multiple photos ‘spots’. I typically have 5 – 6 photos per page and I appreciate layout ideas that make room for that many. Love the strawberry… Very creative!

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