Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Mai Tai Tropical layout

Hello dear readers, today I am showing off another layout for  The Awesome Ladies Project.  This one is about food inspiring your layout.  I just took this photo last month...looks so tropical doesn't it, it's amazing what 3 weeks will do to the weather.  It seems like it is nothing but cold and rainy now.  So the perfect day to revisit this lovely drink and dinner outside on a warm October evening.

I pulled out some really old papers from The Storytellers Club.  I found some glittery "orange" bling (aren't they cute?) and regular orange bling.

The die cuts and journal card are from The Storytellers Club collection.  I was a member for a couple of years, so I have quite a stash.  I had this collection organized in my food section, so it a breeze to find.  I am using some seriously old letters, too.

The Storytellers Club papers and die cuts
Kiwi Lane templates
orange brads and gems
very old die cut letters
card stock

I would like to enter this in the following challenge:

If you want to explore more about the The Awesome Ladies Project there are some free workshops available to get started, or if you want to explore more about food check out the November workshop.

Thanks for stopping by!



  1. Thanks for Entering at Archiscraps. Your layout looks good enough to drink! Isn't it great when you can use old products?

  2. Well done Alicia, this page looks amazing, as well as the drink...hahah. Thanks for playing along @ Archiscraps this month. Look forward to seeing more of your work :)

  3. Such a beautiful take on our challenge Alicia. Love the orange bling, thanks' for joining us at Archiscraps. Barb

  4. Thank you so much for joining my Craftyhazelnut's Patterned Paper November challenge with your lovely crafting - hope to see you again soon x

  5. Nothing like a tropical page to warm you up on a cold day. Bonus points for older product! Good to have you joining in at Archi-scraps this month.

  6. Lovely LO,thanks for joining us at Archiscraps this month

  7. Fabulous layout! thanks for joining us at Archiscraps this month!