Family Scrapbook Quotes: 5 Easy Ideas To Get You Started
Wait! Now That You Have An Amazing Theme For Your Page, Then You'll Need To Know What Title To Use....Let Me Show You...
1. Include Names and Dates in Your Family Scrapbook Quotes
2. Use an Inside Joke or Family Memory
Generally, people say not to use inside jokes while writing, as most others won't get it. For scrapbooking, this rule doesn't really apply.
If you have one hilarious quote that sums up an entire day with your family, go ahead and make that your title. If there's one element of the day, what someone was wearing, etc. that everyone was poking fun at, include that in your somehow.
It'll make you smile every time you look back at that page, and it also makes for some great stories.
3. Incorporate Handwriting
If you think your family scrapbooks hold a lot of meaning now, just wait for future generations, when all that your grandchildren will know about your grandparents is what you have put in the scrapbook.
For a truly unique, meaningful element, include the handwriting of whomever is the subject of your layout.
4. Opt for a Journal Instead of a Title.
Sometimes the best layouts are the ones without titles.
Instead of trying to narrow down a summation of the page(s) into a few words, opt for using a journal as your heading. Remember that, while scrapbooking itself is tons of fun, one of the reasons you scrapbook is to preserve memories for the future.
If you're scrapbooking a family get-together or holiday, write a few sentences about the highlights. It'll mean a lot more than "Family Day 2016" down the road. Pro tip: print your journal on mulberry or vellum for a classic, elegant look.
5. Use Short Family Scrapbook Quotes.