There was an interesting discussion on scrapbook.com forum on masculine pages and in particular papers and supplies for a male scrapper. Can you believe it? It reminded me of some pages I did a while ago. I haven't uploaded them because for the life of my I can't find the photos on the external hard drive which I was planning on using with this layout. I also have a laminated moth to go on the first layout. Don't worry it was dead before I laminated it. My daughter at about 18 months was fascinated with the moths we had in our house. She used to call them Moh hence the title of the layout.
I really liked this Kaisercraft range. At first I thought it wasn't one I could use. The large insects and the fish paper but it has been really effective.
I really like this fiskars border punch for masculine pages. I know this is a layout about my daughter but it still has a bit of a masculine feel to it to me. Kevin, my DH, told me I needed to buy these papers because there aren't many truly masculine papers around.
Don't you just love the cardboard tags that come with this collection?
I'm really into my Tim Holtz distressing inks at the moment. Where have I been all these years? I just thought everyone was jumping on this fad so I steered clear of them. I don't think I do a page these days without them.
This is a page of Kevin's cub years. I like the simplicity of this page. The banner is actually a border sticker I have cut up and stuck over a piece of twine. The rope is a stamped image I created from the stamp set with this collection.
For some reason I am unable to upload the other layout and the details of this layout. When I figure out the problem I will be back with some more masculine pages.
These pages were made only using the Kaisercraft Hunter and Gatherer collection and a piece of craft cardstock by an unknown manufacturer. I love this collection. What is your favourite collection for masculine pages?