Who is loving the patriotic Brave and Star-Spangled collections?! If you have family or friends who have served our country, these patriotic scrapbook collections are a must-have! You’ll also love them for USA travels, Fourth of July photos, family picnics, barbecues and more. Let’s see how Independent Advisor Bev Cassady used the two collections together!
Bev’s Inspiration: “I come from an extremely patriotic family, so needless to say I was ecstatic when the Star-Spangled Paper Pack and the Brave Paper Pack were released! My father, father-in-law, several uncles, my husband and myself have all served in the military. Plus, my son will be graduating from Air Force Basic Military Training in just a few weeks. I better start stocking up on both packs!
“These two layouts were created in preparation for my son’s graduation on July 6th. It was so much fun mixing and matching the two amazing paper packs. I actually created these layouts (and several others) while cropping with some friends and ended up selling eight packs because everyone loved them so much!”
To create these layouts, you will need:
- Star-Spangled Paper Pack
- Brave Paper Pack
- Navy Cardstock
- Red Cardstock
- Beige Cardstock
- White Serif ABC/123 Stickers
- Original Border Maker System with Jumbo Jet and Star Border Maker Cartridges
- 4-Way Hearts and Stars Corner and Hole Punch
- Double Wave Tearing Tool
- Tape Runner
- Foam Squares
Instructions for Lackland Double Page Layout
Step 1: Choose two papers for the base of your double-page layout. I chose the red-and-white striped paper and the red-and-white stars paper.
Step 2: Cut out two mats using Beige Cardstock to measure 4″ x 6″ and one mat using Red Cardstock to measure 4″ x 6″. Then, cut out two mats (slightly larger than your other mats) using military patterned paper to measure 4-1/4″ x 6-1/4″.
Step 3: Cut out one large mat using Red Cardstock to measure 6-1/2″ x 5-1/2″.
Instructions for Basic Training Double Page Layout
Comment below and let us know what you think of this patriotic combo! Who is going to use it for a military page?