Supplies used in this scrapbooking layout:
2 sheets of Reminisce double sided cardstock, Basic Graph pattern. This is from the Black and White Basics collection, item #BW-101.
1 sheet of Reminisce double-sided cardstock, “Shelley” pattern. This is item #SST-009 from the Stripestock collection. I used the side with the red and pink grid. (The paper is double-sided; it has a stripe on the back.)
1 sheet of Reminisce Magic Polka Dots patterned paper. This is item #RM-011 from the “Real Magic” line.
Reminisce Black & White Basics self-adhesive die cut Alphabet Stickers; these are the plain black letters, item # BW-101 from the Black & White Basics line. One sheet of these was sufficient for my title, but I doubt you are going to copy my title exactly, so plan accordingly for the title you have in mind. Since there is a generous amount of letters on these sticker sheets, most titles will only require one sheet of these stickers. When in doubt, though, buy 2 sheets.
Reminisce Black & White Basics self-adhesive die cut Stickers ~ this is the smaller sticker assortment featuring stickers with black and white geometric shapes, hibiscus flowers, and a couple of border stickers. In my layout I used 5 of the stickers from this sheet. This is item #BW-100 from the Black & White Basics line.
Autumn Leaves Stitched Journaling Panels Clear Stamp. (The stamp is used to make the heart shaped journaling area.) You also need ink of your choice. I used a black ink pad.
Scalloped decorative scissors ~ any brand will do, but if you are going to buy new scissors I highly recommend Fiskars brand.
A variety of different kinds of patterned ribbon: polka dots, stripes, checks, ginghams, plaids, solids, and florals. The ribbons I used were all either black and white, black and red, or red and white. The brand names on these ribbons are Offray, RibbonFX, plus there are some that were manufactured for Michael’s stores. The ribbons are all used in 12-inch lengths.
I wrote an article with instructions for how to scraplift this layout, but I am almost embarrassed to link to it because Associated Content made some seriously stupid edits to it. For one thing, the photos are not showing up in the article at all. (Hopefully that is just a glitch; a lot of the other authors on the site seem to be having the same problem with missing photos.) So, please refer to the photo posted here, which is also the main photo that was meant to be posted along with the article. Associated Content also edited both the title of the article, and the article itself. Obviously their editor is not a scrapbooker ~ everywhere the term “12 x 12” appears in the article he replaced it with “12-by-12.” *snort!* Hopefully, though, you will still get the basic necessary info even though the presentation of the article got a bit mangled.