The photos, the note of my son’s name, the date, and the place the photos were taken along with journaling provide more than enough details here.
Do you have labels, stickers, tags, or rub-ons with a variety pre-printed phrases or expressions in your stash? You’ll save time in coming up with a title, rendering it and figuring out where to put it on the page.
The wordart by Ali Edwards on “What I Want t Remember About Today” is perfect for conveying my desire to hold on to the memory of my son and a neighbor scootering home from the bus stop on the last day of school.
I’d left the titling of this page to the end — and once I got to the end I really didn’t want to add anything more to the design — and I wanted to call the page done.
Once again, I’d left title-work until the end and hadn’t planned for incorporating it into the page design of “Boston.” What’s more – I wasn’t sure what to call the page.
The “West Side Story” in the photo is prominent and conveys that we saw the play.
Create a dating scrapbook to chronicle your feelings for your significant other and your adventures as a couple.
Ensure your album and photos last as long as your relationship by using archival-safe materials and storing the project in a dry place out of direct sunlight.
Paula Gilarde has used many alignments on “Storyland” to create a well-designed page.Pre-printed labels are the speedy solution to this.Celeste Smith used a label and a word sticker to put this title together quickly.Chronicle the story of how you met with scrapbook layouts dedicated to the people who fixed you up, where you were when you first saw each other or your first impressions of each other.Include images of each of you before you met and handwrite text to display beside the photos that details what your lives were like before you met and how your attitude about dating changed when you saw each other.
Here are ten ideas for saving time getting titles onto your scrapbook pages. Not up for rendering the long title a page might need (such as “Coming Home on the Last Day of School” which I actually considered for the page below)?