Most papers can be incorporated for boy or girl. Usually you can add other paper and embellishment to enhance it. ink sprays and texture can cover bold colors and/or patterns. This line of paper, "On This Day", has a couple of boy printed papers, by adding cut outs you can build subject matter over top of images you want to hide. Ribbons, bows and buttons in your color choice not only adds dimension, but also changes the full scheme of the paper. Note: If you look back in history you will find that the color pink was a boys color before it ever became a girls color, hard for us to imagine. So, don't think you have to limit yourself with colors, after all, there's all the colors of the rainbow, and in the field of flowers a full array, and most everyone will look at them with oohs and ahhs. Hope this helps. " On This Day", has a printed paper in blue similar to this one in pink,only slightly different.