August 30, 2010

Knowledge Is Powers-GenerationsCrafting

Having two teenage boys, I actually struggle with a lot with their layouts cause they don't want them covered in flowers and lace..LOL  So, Boy was I excited when I got these great new Bo Bunny Cambridge papers from Floren over at Generations Crafting..  Absolutely perfect for all guy pages and even more so for school layouts.. 
Oh, I did another project to go with this layout, but You'll have to come back next week to see what it is..LOL

Found a great pic of my youngest son Adam that were taken at his school last fall.. He hates this pic cause he had Phys Ed just before pictures were taken.. and by the way, he got a hair cut the very next day after I seen this pic..LOL
I distressed most of the edges on this layout, with either a distress tool or with crackle paint and distress inks..
I had so much fun with these papers and once again, had a tough time choosing cause they are all so fantastic..
That paper line is as follows:

and Finally, here are some close ups:



for supplies used:

Papers by Bo Bunny Cambridge line
Bo Bunny Cambridge tag elements
cardstock: Cream, black and cream

Cricut cartridges:
Old West: Pocket
Plantin Schoolbook: Font
tags, bags and boxes: tags
George and Basic Shapes: tabs-own design
Locker Talk: stack of books and pencil
Heritage: Scroll
Songbird: Marquee
 
Computer Journaling
metal embellishments
charm: says "Powerful" on it
safetypin

Tim Holtz Crackle paint: Shabby shutters
Tim Holtz distress inks: Antique linen, shabby shutters and walnut stain
chalks
white gel pen for hand doodling
distress tool.

I hope that covered everything..LOL
Thank you all so much for looking and have a great and creative week..
hugs
Nanné



8 comments:

  1. Very nice layout. Love the colors! Happy Monday!

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  2. Great masculine layout Nanne. Your use of the Cricut is amazing, you have used the papers so creatively - I love your style - it all works to make a stunning layout.... Hugs x

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  3. Great LO Nanne!! I also struggle w/ scrapbooking my son. He complains that his aren't as nice as his sisters LOs but, he doesn't want flowers or any bling. Love all the tags on your LO, they give it that extra "boy" embelishing

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  4. Such a great guy layout, Nanne. Love the way you made the books. And the tags in the pocket is fab! Wonderful job!

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  5. Nanne, this is a wonderful "guy" layout!! I love that pocket and the books, pencil and scroll are fantastic!!! I will have to check this paper out for sure!!! TFS!! Hugs!!

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  6. Great layout, handsome young man and wonderful colors all add up to a wonderful page.... can't say gorgeous as you son may see this!!! Just wonderful!

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  7. I would have struggled with those papers, not knowing if I had the right picture to scrap. You did an incredible job!!! Love all of your distressing and as always all your added details! Great layout!

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  8. I know exactly how you feel with the boys layouts, they can be so challenging but we have to overcome it and keep trying. I just love this layout and can't wait for those papers to arrive at my LSS.

    hugs
    Kaye x

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