31 Days #30: How Do I Scrapbook Boys While Still Using the Techniques I Love?

by Lain Ehmann on July 30, 2012

Wow! 30 days into the month — where has July gone? It’s been a blast! Today’s question I have received in several different manners:

How do I scrap boys with all the ribbons, flowers, and bling out there? Can I still use the techniques and products I love?

I believe you can! Watch the video for some ideas and suggestions.

Links and resources for scrapbooking about boys (some may be affiliate links):

Nic Howard’s True Scrap 1 class: Touch Me! All About Texture! (scroll down)

Nic Howard’s True Scrap 2 class: Ready, Set, Distress!

Nic Howard’s True Scrap 3 class: Flower Frenzy (scroll down)

Ella Publishing’s “The Essential Guide to Scrapbooking Boys

Ella's Essential Guide to Scrapbooking Boys: 92 rough and tumble ideas for boys of all ages

simple scrapbooking layouts

P.S. If I featured your question this month, please email support(at)layoutaday(dot)com to claim your prize by August 5. Tell us what day your question was featured, and include your mailing address. And keep those questions coming!!

  • Lisa Harris

    Woohoo! That’s me! Great answers, and I WILL be checking out the resources you touched on!

  • Barb in AK

    Great tips, Lain!! :-)    I have a one-and-only child– — a boy.   About the only time I could use flowers and bling was if a grandma was in the photo with ds.  LOL!!   But with your tips, I can try something new and still have fun with the great embellishments out there :-)  Thanks!
    I’ve just loved, loved, LOVED your videos this month!  Don’t wait too long before you do it again.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/ZG5OESHFQLFKUZIWGD36S7CEBI DoreenP

    Thanks Lain for all your hard work this month on these videos.  I have three boys to scrapbook and have been loving this hobby for over 15 years.  I have “The Essential Guide to Scrapbooknig Boys” from Ella Publishing, plus many more of their books.  This is a great book – I love it and use it often. 

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