Strawberry Bread Page

Good Morning!  Just wanted to show the Strawberry Bread page I made for the SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVES BY 3L™ Blog yesterday.  You can click through to see the rest close up photos.

3D Foam Squares pop up the strawberries, banner and seed packet.  A Photo CD Pocket holds the recipe, and there is still space to add a CD of her scanned handwritten recipes.

The photo is my grandma,  circa late 1930’s I think.

I love that most of her recipes are hand written.  Oleo is butter or margarine, if you want to make the bread.

SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVES BY 3L: 3D Foam Squares, Photo CD Pockets, MyStik™ Permanent adhesives
Spellbinders Paper Arts: Grand Calibur™ machine, S7-018 Big Scalloped Border Grand, LF-161 Grand Labels One, S4-046 Banner Basics Three
Imaginisce®: “Berrylicious Collection” Sweet Summer Garden, Summer Stripe, Sunshine Seeds, Berry Patch, Just Peachy
WorldWin Papers: Black Cardstock
Clearsnap: Warm Red Fluid Chalk Ink
American Crafts: Delight and Sprinkles White Glitter Letter Stickers

Bon Appetit!


7 responses to “Strawberry Bread Page

  1. This is the BEST! Oh, I have so many of these Grandma recipes. Some of them even call for lard. Wonderful way to preserve this one!

  2. What a great layout and way to save a special recipe. It’s funny that your grandma uses “Oleo” for margarine or butter. In the recipes that my grandma has written out, she does the same thing!

  3. Evette K. Ciampo

    GREAT PAGE BETH!!!!!! The recipe sounds so delicious…just may have to try it. Thanks for sharing such a personal page with us. You’re great too.

  4. Michelle – I am going to say it’s cinnamon. Let me know how you like the bread!


  5. michelle frasher

    i’m trying to figure out what the 1 tbsp ingredient is between the soda and the sugar. is it cinnamon? it is strawberry season and thought it would make a great treat for my family.

  6. Beautiful page Beth! I so want to try this recipe. Love this heritage layout.

  7. OMGOSH!!! LOVE this page! What a great idea to showcase your grandmother’s recipe. Clever idea on using the Photo CD Pockets :) Thank you for the wonderful inspiration!!