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Hi all! Michele Kovack here hosting with a page celebrating my 14 year old teenage son. Scrapping for teenage boys can be a lot of fun when you add rustic elements to your pages. The rustic elements help keep your page from feeling too cutesy or juvenile . . . you know, those things that make our teens and tweens cringe. Here I used stars, twine, string, and paint, buttons, and staples to add a masculine edge to this page.
First, I cut a large star in my designer paper using the center point feature. All of the paper I used was printed using the Imagine Vintage Papers Cartridge. I stitched around the perimeter, rounded the corners, inked the edges in brown and splattered brown Glimmer Mist on the paper.
I cut several more stars in various sizes. To make the stars stand out a bit, I used Stickles around the perimeter of one of the stars.
For the other star I machine stitched around entire shape and added 3 buttons tied with twine.
I created a pocket for my journaling so I could include the smaller picture of my son and include my journaling. I machine stitched on 3 sides and left the top open. I tied twine around the stars, journaling pocket, and tied a button to it as well.
I have accumulated many, many font stickers and hate to waste them, so I decided to mix my American Crafts Thickers, some font rub ons, and my Doodletype Digital cartridge to create my title. I like the mixy-matchy look of it!
And who says you can’t use pieces of that awesome designer paper you printed? I cut the tickets from the paper and stapled them to the left side of the layout to help balance it.
I can’t wait to see your masculine inspired LO’s!!!
Designed By: Michele Kovack
Cricut Machines Used: Cricut Expression 2 Electronic Cutting Machine, Cricut Imagine Machine, Cricut Craft Room
Cricut Cartridges Used: Imagine Vintage Papers, George & Basic Shapes – Digital, Doodletype – Digital
Other Supplies: Cardstock (American Crafts), Designer Paper (Imagine Vintage Papers cartridge), Glimmer Mist, Buttons, Twine, Thickers (American Crafts), Brown ink, Border punch, Sewing machine & thread, Adhesives
- Cut <star> at 7” using Center Point Feature
- Cut <star> at 3” and 2 ½” using Center Point Feature
- Cut 2 <star> at 4” and 2”
- Cut <Journey> at 2”
YOU WILL NEED:
HOW TO MAKE IT:
1. Cut 7.5″ pennants for banner from Sports Mania cartridge. Experiment with different sizes and quantities depending on how big you wnat your final banner to be.
2. Cut the 3.25″ diamond accents from the Accent Essentials cartridge. Cut the 3.25″ heart accents from the Doodletype cartridge. Layer the pieces together. Glue one accent to one pennant so the accents will alternate on the banner.
3. Tape the ribbon to the back of the completed pennants.