There are so many ways of keeping our memories alive –； photos need home. Some of us opt for photo frames， some of us have albums， some of us？don’；t print them at all and？keep？them safely stored on their computers…； and some of us are scrapbookers…；Sometimes you need it to be all about the boys or for the guys and most of the papers are very girly， well no 7gypsies， they have many options for masculine or non-girly papers to work with. ？Below you will find some great ideas that can be girly if you want， but they have a great look and work well with those wonderful boy or guy photos you might have ？hanging around.？
Make sure you take a look at the scrapping ideas three of our Crew members share below and make sure to stop by the CCB shop to stock up on some awesome？supplies.accent pillow case baby canvas rug
Sometimes I just go through the city and when I see something interesting I take a photo. I found this door in Kutna Hora (a very old city in Czech Republic) when I was there with my son. When I saw that door， I know that this photo will be a perfect match for the Architextures Painted Doors？paper. They look so similar that it seems like my doors were an inspiration for this paper…；
Materials used：Architextures paper –； Painted doors Architextures Parchment Rub-On packaging Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists –； Dijonunique gifts for men， It`s Black， Navy Blue Canvas Corp Kraft Paper Pebeo –； clear gesso Archival ink black， stamps iZink 3D –； turqoise， gold scissors，？brushes heat tool，？glue gun，？paper trimmer
This autumn my son went to school for the first time. It was very exciting for our family， and of course I made lots of scrapbooking styled projects. One of them is a school themed layout. I also made a simple and fun little tutorial with CCB products. In it， I am showing you how to make those amazing leafs in a couple of steps. This technique could be used in different ways： you can use the leafs for fall home decoration， in layouts， cards， gift boxes ect. So enjoy!
Materials used：Canvas Corp Haunt It Halloween Pin Dot PaperCanvas Corp Red&；White Ribbon Stripe PaperCanvas Corp Black&；Kraft Live， Love Laugh PaperKen Oliver Crafts –； Water-Media paper 5×；7Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists –； Marmalade， Wheat， SilkCanvas Corp Cord –； Waxed Cotton –； Sand 45′；Canvas Corp Tissuestock 12×；12 –； Kraft Other： school textbook， dies Mimicut Inkjet printer
I made this page using metallic elements to create a “；boy look”；. I have made a video with my process to create this page. It is already on my blog.
Materials used： 7gypsies Ordre Du Jour collection –； To &； Due paperTattered Angels Glimmer Mists – Black Magic， True Turquoise， It’s Orange， DijonButtons and pin – Toke &； Crie Washi tapes set and Ephemera– Magnolia Jane Collection – Heidi Swapp Nostalgiques – The Attic Collection – Rebecca Sower DesignsNumeric – Tim Holtz / Stamper’s Anonymous Archival ink pad – Jet Black – Ranger InkSouthern Cottage – Magnolia Jane – Heidi SwappLetters and numbers – Domestic Goddess – 7 Dots Studio Cardboard，？Staple clips，？Wire Stamps，？Glue，？Scissors Stapler，？Heat tool
If you’re flipping through our Winter 2018 catalog, you’ve probably noticed heavy doses of black and white in all of our rooms. We love using these two neutrals as foundation pieces in our spaces, but they also make great statement pieces too. Basically, we just can’t get enough of this classic combo, so we thought we’d list all the reasons you should love it too.
Stay warm with easy fleece DIY hand warmers! It takes less than an hour to make this fun and cute hand warmer that you can gift to friends, family and co-workers. Best of all, I’ve provided the free template so you can create the exact same one. What are you waiting for? jump in and create this fun little piece with me.