5 Amazing Tips for a Fun Family Scrapbook Layout Ideas To Inspire You!

Looking for some lovely scrapbook ideas for your family scrapbook albums? 

Gather your photos and your scrapbook supplies kit, and start looking for some amazing samples of scrapbook layout templates and get ready to create albums that will be treasured by your family for several generations. Check these out!

Family Scrapbook Layout Ideas

Tip # 1 – Create a page or spread for each parent

Instead of using typical family tree scrapbook templates, you should create a page for each parent instead. Include a scrapbook layout of your mom, dad, siblings, along with your spouse's family.
Mat the photo in a neutral color. Along the right side of the page, write your full name and on the left side, the age you were in the photo. Use smaller photos of your siblings and parents, mat in a similar style, and write the names and ages. Include scrapbook stickers that say "brother", "sister", "mom", "dad", etc. alongside the photos of your family in the scrapbook spread.
family scrapbook pages layout ideas
It's important for scrapbooking projects like this to include the memory of people who have also moved on.
A lot of times when you start a family of your own, some members will have passed away without your kids having the opportunity to know them. This type of scrapbook layouts is also a great way to include your grandparents or other people you love on the page. Embellish the pages with a quote about families to complete your layout.

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Tip # 2 – Purposely pose for photos

While visiting some friends recently, I was inspired by three framed photos nicely arranged on their dining room wall. In the first photo, the three siblings were under the age of 10. They were sitting on the front porch steps in a cute pose. In the next photo, they were all teens, and they used the same pose. In the last photo, they were young adults and once again used the same pose. It was a charming memory to see!
You can have your photos taken by a professional with your family to purposely add them to your scrapbook album.

Scrapbook Photos of Generations

Here's one inspiration that might work for your family tree scrapbook templates: Get an old photo of yourself and do a remake! If not, have your kids pose in the same position in the same place that the photo was taken.

To make this more fun and get the members really involved, get your parents and his or her siblings to do the same and create pages or a spread with these three generations' photos.
scrapbooking pages ideas for family generation
Scrapbooking with photos of every generation is a great way to showcase your family tree.
If you have little children you can do the same thing. You don't have to let years go by in between photos. You could even take four seasonal photos in one year, change the decorations, but have the kids keep the same pose. Just add a catchy title and make cute frames when using this technique to make several special family scrapbook memories!
Take photos of all of you wearing the same outfit. If not, you can take pictures of you all wearing a theme like you and your spouse are wearing Winnie the Pooh and Piglet, and your kids are wearing Tigger and Eeyore. Maybe even complete the Marvel Team or the Justice League, you know what I mean. These are great additions to your scrapbook photo album.

Look-alike photos scrapbook pages

Another inspiration to consider is by taking pictures of you and your kids that look absolutely alike. Look for photos of you that showcase the similarities between you and your child, or even your parents with your children. Entitle this page, 'Guess who?!' or 'Copy-Paste'!
These ideas revolving around your family photographs are definitely one you will love looking at over and over again.

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Tip # 3 – Make a family scrapbooking collage

For each family member, create a page that is all about that person. Include two to four photos showing one of the many roles that the person has—athlete, scout, singer, sister, son, comedian, etc.
Using different color fonts and patterned paper, type all the various roles the person has and randomly add them to the page. If your kids are old enough, ask them to help identify the roles that they have. Then you could create an entire album around this scrapbooking ideas!
Next is to embellish the pages with stickers, confetti, and other items that reflect that person. Somewhere on the page include the person's name with die-cut letters. When you're through, each layout will add a very special touch to your scrapbook album!
Scrapbooking with photos of every generation is a great way to showcase your family tree.
You could use this technique to make several special family scrapbook layouts!

Tip # 4 – Create monthly scrapbook pages

A fresh inspiration for a family album is to create an album that focuses on one month at a time.
For the first page of each month use a 9 or 12 block grid. Spell the abbreviation of the month diagonally (one letter per block). Fill in the other blocks with photos of your family from activities that took place that month. Leave one block open for journaling. You can add additional pages and design them how you choose.
This is also great if you have a newborn baby. For a great first birthday scrapbook idea, put up pictures of everyone on the page as you watch your newborn baby grow every single month until his or her first birthday.
family scrapbooking idea grid pages layout
Create grid layouts when using multiple pictures.
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Tip # 5 – Create fun holiday family scrapbook layouts

Growing up, most of our family Christmas photos were taken in front of the fireplace.
Although we get amused at looking at the hair styles and clothing, the pictures were rather boring.
When you put together your holiday family layout, think about using individual photos rather than a group photo. Here is a Christmas scrapbook idea:
Christmas ornaments. Using a round template, crop a photo of each family member.
If possible, use photos that provide a close-up of the head and shoulders.
Use red Christmas scrapbook paper as the background of the page. On the left side of the page glue half of a green Christmas tree (branches should face the middle of the page).
Adhere your photos to the tree. Add a border to each photo with a thin red cord. Add a little loop at the top. Now your photos look like ornaments!
Add cute white buttons to the tree as an added accent. On the top right corner of the page add two diagonal ribbons to the page.
Add your title to the lower right side.

Family Scrapbook Layout Ideas Are Endless!

ideas for family scrapbooking pages
Create a patterned background with your pages to make your photo pop!
The key is to have fun with your layouts and choose photos that reflect your family's personality and highlights the special moments you enjoy together, whether it be a school scrapbooking ideas for a special milestone like the first day of school scrapbook page, or a graduation scrapbook page, to birthday celebrations, and more!
As you take photos, look for photo opportunities that will make for fun and memorable family scrapbook layouts!
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