Totally Wicked Teen Scrapbook Layouts

by Joannie McBride

As seen in the July/August 2010 issue of Creating Keepsakes, we've got lots of great great accents to use on your scrapbooking layouts! We also created free page tattoo downloads and avatars that are wicked cool and were created especially for teens (but those "non-teens" can download and play with them too)! With these fun accents, scrapbooking pages about your teen can be a lot less complicated and totally more fun. Don't forget to check out these accents as well as layouts and additional tips and techniques for teen layouts on page 81 of the July/August 2010 issue of Creating Keepsakes on sale now!

Free downloads for teen layouts!

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Rock it title strip by Joannie McBride. Supplies: Patterned paper: Adornit, Carolee’s Creations; Rub-ons, guitar and phrase: Imaginisce; Letters and circle die cuts: Making Memories; Metal stars: Blue Moon Beads; Adhesive: Therm O Web.

Tip: Back a paper border or accent with product packaging. It creates a sturdy base and saves you from having to use valuable cardstock.

 

Use your teen's hair-decor to decorate your page!

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Butterfly journal spot by Joannie McBride Supplies: Flower ribbon border and flower: Prima; Journal overlay: Little Yellow Bicycle; Ink: Clearsnap; Rhinestones: Studio 18; Adhesive: Kokuyo; Other: Butterfly clip, chipboard, ribbon, and staples.

Tip: The polka dot ribbon on this accent was actually an old headband cut into 1" pieces and then fringed on the ends. These types of items are perfect for accenting layouts!

 

Small items from your teen's hobby make great page accents!

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Outside of Accent

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Inside of Accent


Rock Star by Megan Hoeppner. Supplies: Paper accents: Making Memories; Rub-on: Glitz Designs; Brad and pen: American Crafts; Ink: Ranger Industries; Adhesive: Glue Arts; Other: Guitar pick and office tag.

Tip: Punch a hole in the guitar pick and add a brad to create a swivel closure. Super cute!

 

- See more teen accents on page 2 -

Appeared in:

July/Aug 2010

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