These Barbed Wire Scrapbook Crafts Will Add Sharp Style

For ranchers and farmhands, barbed wire has helped keep livestock within property lines rather than letting the animals graze and roam upon the open range. Well today, we want your creativity to have open range and roam carefree! Get ready for a rustic refresh, country charm and farmhouse finesse, for the Barbed Wire Chain Border Maker Cartridge paired with the Homestead collection will do just that (and with ease!). Check out these barbed wire scrapbook crafts — they’re sure to look extra sharp!

To create these borders and card, you will need:

Check out the Barbed Wire Chain Border Maker Cartridge in action in the video below!

Collect Memories Border

Step 1: Using the 12-inch Trimmer with the Scallop Blade, cut a 12″ x 2-3/4″ strip of teal tiles paper for the base. With the 12-inch Trimmer and the Straight Blade, cut a 12″ x 2″ strip of light plaid paper and adhere on the base. Cut a 12″ x 3/8″ strip of brown leather paper and adhere along the bottom edge of the light plaid strip.

Step 2: Cut a 3″ x 4″ piece of reclaimed wood paper. Using the outside edge of the second-largest Custom Cutting System Oval Pattern and the Red Blade, cut the bottom edge to give it a fence post appearance. Cut a 3″ x 1″ piece of brown leather paper using the same pattern and blade to make the top.

Step 3: Punch a border with the Barbed Wire Chain Border Maker Cartridge with both Black and Charcoal Solid Cardstocks. Adhere to the border along with the fence post.

Step 4: Add stickers and embellishments.

Enjoy Every Moment Border

Step 1: Cut a 12″ x 3-1/4″ strip of brown leather paper for the base. Cut a 12″ x 2″ strip of shiplap paper and adhere on top. Place a vine border sticker along the bottom.

Step 2: Punch two borders with the Barbed Wire Chain Border Maker Cartridge from brushed metal paper. Cut a 2″ x 2″ brushed metal square, a 2-1/4″ x 2-1/4″ green leaves square and a 2-1/4″ x 2-1/4″ black plaid square. Layer and adhere as shown with the punched borders.

Step 3: Add stickers, popping some up with Foam Squares for added dimension.

Gather Border

Step 1: Cut a 3″ x 12″ strip of cool taupe chevron leaves paper for the base.

Step 2: Using the 12-inch Trimmer with the Deckle Blade, cut a 2-3/4″ x 12″ strip of green leaves paper and adhere on top. With the 12-inch Trimmer and the Straight Blade, cut a 2-1/2″ x 12″ strip of anemones and greenery paper and mount on top.

Step 3: Cut a 2-3/8″ x 6″ piece of reclaimed wood paper. Cut a 2-1/2″ x 6-1/8″ piece of black plaid paper to place behind and mount on the border.

Step 4: Punch a border with the Barbed Wire Chain Border Maker Cartridge with both black plaid and brushed metal papers. Layer and adhere the borders and cut apart into 2-3/8″ sections. Adhere four sections to the reclaimed wood piece as shown, placing the “Gather” sticker in the middle.

Step 5: Add other stickers as shown.

LOVE Horse Card

Step 1: Create the card base. Cut an 8-1/2″ x 5-1/2″ piece of White Solid Cardstock. Using the 12-inch Trimmer and the Scoring Blade, score along the long edge at 4-1/4″ and fold in half.

Step 2: Cut a 5-1/2″ x 4-1/4″ piece of black plaid paper and adhere to the front of the card. Cut two 5-1/2″ x 1/2″ strips of reclaimed wood paper and adhere 1/2″ from the top and bottom of the card.

Step 3: Punch a border with the Barbed Wire Chain Border Maker Cartridge from brushed metal paper. Trim into two 5-1/2″ sections and adhere to the card as shown.

Step 4: Cut a 5-1/2″ x 2-1/4″ strip of black plaid and black and white tiles papers. Punch three horse shapes from it at regular intervals. Adhere the strip to the card.

Step 5: Add stickers as desired.

Which of these barbed wire scrapbook crafts do you prefer? Have you enjoyed creating projects with the Barbed Wire Chain Border Maker Cartridge? If so, what have you recently made? Share and show off your projects today!

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