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Ideas for Scrapbook Page Titles that Come From Journaling | Gretchen Henninger | Get It ScrappedGretchen Henninger says, “This layout is about a milestone in my life, but not one I’m thrilled about. I have finally reached the point where I need bifocals to read. Rather than rendering the title separate from the journaling, I placed it within the journaling flow. I was, thus, able to add more interest and humor. I kept the title the same color as the journaling, but gave it a larger size and different weight for emphasis.”

Carrie Arick says, “My mother-in-law’s birthday balloon took on a life of it’s own during Easter weekend, following us around until my sister noted, ‘This balloon is haunted, ’ a detail I included in the journaling.Ideas for Scrapbook Page Titles that Come From Journaling | Judean Patten-Clark | Get It Scrapped This detail from the journaling not only sums up the story, it’s an intriguing statement–a hook that gets the reader looking closer.”

“I used contrast in scale, color and alignment to create a large title with impact to play on the story of such a harmless, inanimate object being personified and sort of creepy.”

Judean Patten-Clark says, “My daughter will frequently ask that I take her picture, and she comes up with interesting poses completely on her own. On this day, we were checking out some big trucks, and I thought the juxtaposition between her girly poses and the big, dirty truck tires was pretty funny.”

“I printed the photos a while ago, but wasn’t feeling particularly inspired to scrap them, until I remembered her telling me one day that when she grew up, she wanted to be a ‘Ballerina / Cowgirl / Construction Worker.’ This was a perfect title for the page, and I knew I could use the journaling to connect the pictures with the conversation (and title), which weren’t otherwise related. I tried to convey the wildly different spirits of her proposed occupations using different letter stickers for each word. The overall result is cute and quirky, just like my girl.”

Celeste Smith says, “My son is growing up too quickly, and the first word of my journaling, which is also my title is a message: STOP. I used an ellipsis at the end of my journaling to lead back around to the title again. I’m a one-word-title kind of gal, so this makes sense to me.”

Christy Strickler says, “When I look through groups of event photos, I try to find pictures that have deeper stories than just the event. Here the story is that our dog always waits patiently to see whether or not my son will share his food.There was no way we would let the two of them share the Easter chocolates, but I did think this was a great photo to document this facet of their relationship. ”

Ideas for Scrapbook Page Titles that Come From Journaling | Carrie Arick | Get It Scrapped Ideas for Scrapbook Page Titles that Come From Journaling | Celeste Smith | Get It Scrapped Ideas for Scrapbook Page Titles that Come From Journaling | Jett Hampton | Get It Scrapped Ideas for Scrapbook Page Titles that Come From Journaling | Christy Strickler | Get It Scrapped

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