Creative Titles For Your Baby Scrapbook Pages

OhBoyLayout

One of the biggest challenges when you are creating a scrapbook layout is finding a title that goes with it.  Not just any title works–we look for one with meaning, whether it is serious or funny, it can be a daunting task.  Pinterest is always a great place to look for page titles!  We have helped you out by compiling a board of Scrapbooking Page Title Ideas!  Once you complete the task of choosing a title for your page or spread, what about taking it to another level?  What about finding a creative way to create that title?

 

Here is an example of a baby’s first words–using the Word Bubble Punch to highlight those exact words.

FirstWordsLayout.jpg

To create this layout, you will need:

Step 1:  Use the mint colored paper as the base for the layout.

Step 2:  Cut a piece of the pink patterned paper to measure 12″ x 6″.  Adhere to the layout.

Step 3:  Cut a piece from the yellow patterned paper to measure 12″ x 5″.  Adhere to the top of the pink paper.

Step 4:  Cut the striped border from the border paper.  Adhere to the bottom portion of the yellow paper.

Step 5:  Cut a piece of the white cardstock to measure 8-1/2″ x 1-1/4″.  Round the bottom two corners using the corner maker.  Adhere to the lower edge of the pink paper.  Apply the mint stickers to say “First Words”.  Add border sticker along the edge of the cardstock.  Add pearls to the top of the border sticker.

Step 6:  Cut two pieces from the coral paper, one to measure 12″ x 1/2″, and one to measure 12″ x 3/4″.  Adhere to top and bottom of the layout.

Step 7:  Cut three pieces from the white cardstock to measure 3-1/2″ x 3-1/2″.  Adhere to layout.  Cut three pieces from the coral paper to measure 3-1/4″ x 3-1/4″.  Adhere to the top of the white cardstock.  Add 3″ x 3″ photos to the coral paper.

Step 8:  Punch seven word bubble shapes.  Adhere the stickers to the word bubbles for the words.  Adhere the word bubbles above the photos.

Step 9:  Adhere the bear sticker with foam squares.

Step 10:  Optional- Use the black pen to doodle along the edges of the word bubbles and the white cardstock.

 

How about incorporating photos into the title, like this layout—OH BOY!

OhBoyLayout.jpg

Font Used:  Amity Jack

Font Size:  325

To create this two page spread, you will need:

Step 1:  Wallpaper the left side of the spread with the dark blue paper.

Step 2:  Cut the center out of the light blue gingham paper with the 12-Inch Straight Trimmer, leavin indicated aboveg a 1″ border. Adhere to the top of the dark blue paper.

Step 3:  Print the letters “H,B,Y” on your personal printer using the font/size indicated above.  Cut out with a scissors to use as a template.

Step 4:  Face the letter templates face down on the back side of the wood-grain paper.  Trace around using a pencil.  Cut out with a scissors.  Use black pen to doodle along the outer edges of the letters.  Adhere to the left side of the spread.

Step 5:  Cut out two circles from the mint colored paper using the inside of the large CCS-circle with the red blade.  Adhere as the letter’s “O” in “OH BOY”.  Cut out two photos into circles using the inside of the large CCS-circle with the green blade.  Adhere to the top of the mint colored circles.

Step 6:  Cut a piece of the wood-grain paper to measure 9″ x 12″.  Adhere to the far left edge of the right side of the spread.

Step 7:  Cut a piece of the diamond patterned paper to measure 3″ x 12″.  Adhere to the far right side of the right page of the spread.

Step 8:  Cut a piece of the dark blue paper to measure 3/4″ x 12″.  Adhere along the seam of the previous two papers.

Step 9:  Cut three photo mats to measure 6-1/2″ x 4-1/2″.  Adhere to the right page of the spread.

Step 10:  Adhere photos to two of the mats, and one slide-in to the third mat.

Step 11:  Use black pen to journal.  Add embellishments.

 

What is the most creative title you have used in your scrapbooks?

 

Happy Scrapping-

Melissa

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