This month the ID team have been creating a "Masculine themed" layouts to share with you.
Here are a few more creations from the ID team.
First up is Solange's Fabulous page.
This page is a little different of my style, but I tried to make a masculine page using few elements. I glued all of the chipboards on the page and I covered them with acrylic gesso to integrate them on the paper. I used blue spray on the chipboards.
Sonia has created a stunning vintage masculine layout.
Sonia used an aged bronze embossing powder on her chipboard to add to the vintage style of her layout. A little bit of dark brown ink added to the edges of the chipboard distresses it even more. Adding a clear sticker or rub on with your chipboard phrases adds in a darker pop of colour and helps bring the layout together. Imaginarium products used Denise's George Flourish IDD0032, Nat's Hearts IDD0042 and 'Love this' phrase IDP0199
Leonie has created this awesome masculine page.
For her masculine themed project Leonie has created a scrapbook page about some of her Sons sporting adventures. She has used the "Believe In Your Dreams' tilte piece inked black to tie in with the black matting on her photo's. As a statement embellishment she has added 3 of 'Nat's Pin Wheels' painted yellow with black inked edges. A flair button added to the centre of one of the chipboard pin wheels adds a little pop of red to her page.
Last up is Tracey. She has created this layout using ID circles heat embossed in yellow and chevrons also heat embossed.
Tracey has used a stencil and texture paste on the background to help soften the white cardstock and patterned paper along with adding splatters of yellow and blue ink over the layout. The ID chipboard title has been coloured with a black stamp pad which has given the shabby feel.
Thanks ladies for sharing your masculine pages.