14 ideas for scrapbook page titles

Jennifer Wilson

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January 14, 2010

A reader recently asked for help with her title work, both from a design and from a creative wording perspective. This post will share 14 layouts that will get you out of a scrapbook titling rut!

1. Use a quote (real or imaginary)

2. Combine lowercase and capital alphas

3. Use word art

4. Mix fonts, alphas & word art

5. Spin-off a popular phrase

6. Be factual

7. Incorporate song titles

8. Work with the kit theme

9. Misspell for emphasis

10. Master the metaphor

11. Ask a question

12. Go minimal

13. Put the title in your journaling

14. Use phonetics for phun

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3 Comments

  1. christie

    Thank you! This is such a great list and really gave me some nice ideas!

    Reply
  2. Carole N.

    What great ideas. Thanks for sharing.
    Hugs!

    Reply
  3. Lindy

    Thank you for sharing. These are super ideas to come up with my own titles. Love it.

    Reply

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