Lisa uses masculine colors and geometric shapes to showcase an older son with her amazing page. I love the mix of color and black-and-white photos! Repeating the gear pattern with the photos is the perfect background, too!
Beth combines distressed paper with twine to "boy-up" this page that also has rosettes! I've always used pastels for my little boys albums, but Beth shows how a sophisticated palette can work for infant scrapbooks also.
I'm in total awe of Ginger's boy album! Her ribbon, chains, and bold colors make this mini perfect for any boy -- infant to pre-teen.
Have you made any scrapbook pages with Boys Will Be Boys? Have another favorite "boy" cartridge? Tell us about it in the comments section.
Have a happy, scrappy weekend,
This is so cool i realy love it. thanks for sharing :)ReplyDelete
Jessica great boy projects. Now I just need a grandson. I have two daughters and three granddaughters. WE NEED A BOY!ReplyDelete
Cute pages. They're so colorful!ReplyDelete
Fun projects and this cart works great for girls stuff as well. love the fontReplyDelete
I used the Boys will be Boys cartridge for this layout of my ds. The bike and "Too Cool" were the perfect match.ReplyDelete
So cute! Love Lisa's all boy layout.ReplyDelete
Love Boys will be Boys. I have only used it a few times but whenever I get around to making pages for my grandson, who is already two, I will use it lots. It is a cool cartridge.ReplyDelete