5 COLOR IDEAS FOR A BABY BOY SCRAPBOOK
While most of us immediately think of shades of blues when they are tasked with putting together a baby boy scrapbook, but not everyone must follow the generic ways. Here are five interesting color schemes for a unique baby boy scrapbook.
#1 Grass green
Forget boring old sky blue, and consider grassy greens instead. One of the most pleasing shade to look at, green is actually a color that can soothe our eyesight. Symbolizing bountifulness and all things natural, this color is also trending in many design industries. It can also calm your aching eyes when you stay up all night to put the actual scrapbook together.
#2 Cool black
There is no rule to dictate that all baby-related items must be soft in weak shades of pastels. In fact, a black theme is easy to work with, as it matches extremely well with various types of crafting decor and images. If you really think that all black everything is too somber for your child, feel free to throw in a lighter accent shade.
While silver may seem too girly and gold too mature, a colder metallic shade like chrome would be fitting color theme for a boy’s scrapbook. Try to source for metal-like materials and stickers for your title fonts, picture frames and so forth. Your child will definitely thank you for making the coolest album of his childhood photos.
If you must go blue, try to look for a unique shade like teal or aqua. Not only are these tones less generic, they also possess a brighter energy. Teal works especially well with white, and you can still work a popular sky theme or an ocean theme into your scrapbook.
If all of the above ideas do not sound appealing enough, you can opt to try using minimal white as your theme. To achieve this look, you must be careful to not clutter your pages and allow plenty of white space to seep through. Like black, white backdrops are one of the most flexible to work with and can make any images stand out.
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