Pirate Scrapbook Pages ~ Arrrrggh Matey!

by Linette

I went to a scrapbook retreat this weekend and came home with some fun ideas for scrapbook pages. I love going to scrapbook weekend retreats, they’re always great to get my creative juices flowing. Even after I’m home I come up with new crafting and creating ideas for several days after. While I’m there I always see so many great ideas for scrapbook pages!

I try to write them all down, or even take a photo if the person doesn’t mind, so I can remember the page for later. My sister always says she’s not crafty, but she comes up with some of the coolest scrapbook pages evaar! One of my recent favorites are these pirate scrapbook pages she made this weekend.

My nephew loves pirates, so she decided to create a couple pages to capture that part of his personality. She used the Paper Doll Dress Up Cricut Cartridge to make the little pirates, the ship, and the skull and crossbones.

She used some pirate-y background papers she found at a local scrapbook store. Here’s a closeup of each of the pages.

The ship and pirates:

The skull and crossbones:

Here are the pirate scrapbook pages after she added photos:

Way too cute, right? This could be a fun scrapbook page idea for any kid who likes pirates, has a pirate birthday party, or loves the new Disney Jake and the Never Land Pirates.

I love the Everyday Paper Dolls Cricut Cartridge, but I think my new favorite is the Paper Doll Dress Up Cricut Cartridge my sister used to create the pirates on this page.  I made a ton of fun things with this cartridge, including mermaids, princesses, wizards, fairies, and the accessories to go with them, so I’ll be back with more scrapbook ideas, and ideas for using the Dress Up Cartridge over the next few days!

You can find the Cricut Dress Up Cartridge at Amazon here: Paper Doll Dress Up Cricut Cartridge

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8 comments

Cyndi L April 1, 2011 - 10:17 am

Awwwww, Linette! You guys are so clever!

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Eileen April 1, 2011 - 4:58 pm

I would say your sister definitely has some crafty genes, but having a Cricut doesn’t hurt either 😉

Very cute pages. I bet your nephew loves ’em.

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Cherie April 2, 2011 - 5:45 pm

They are “arrrr dorable!” Cute idea.

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ACreativeDream April 2, 2011 - 6:00 pm

How cute and clever!

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kim April 4, 2011 - 11:27 am

Cute!!!!!!

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Crystal March 3, 2012 - 7:30 pm

CUTE! Where did you find the pirate paper ( on the left, blue)?

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Linette March 6, 2012 - 2:42 pm

Crystal,
I can’t remember! It probably came from Jo Ann’s or Hobby Lobby… but I don’t remember for sure. It may also be Creative Memories. I get paper from those 3 places fairly regularly, but I can never remember what I get from where.

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