If you're doing a two-page spread, have one word on each of the borders to seamlessly connect the two pages, or have the name of the beach going across the center of both pages. Especially if you're a frequent beach goer, having the name and/or location of the beach as the title is always a great way to distinguish one trip from another.
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Instead of using a vague, overused title, like, "Day at the Shore", "Beach Baby" or "Sea Sand and Surf", think about how exciting and unique it would be to write, "Shore-ly the Best Day", instead! Have some fun with these types of creative scrapbook quotes, and don't be afraid to get creative!
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You could even find a shell in the shape of a letter and include that as a replacement letter in your title! Use this instead of a typical title for something outside-the-box.
Instead of letting those pictures gather dust in your photo organizer, cut these photos into letters for a truly unique beach scrapbook titles. You can use any sort of stencils, your Sizzix machine, or even just try it freehand.
Crop it, mat it, pop it, and you have a simple, unique title. Why write "Trip to Atlantic City" as your title when you already have a picture of the sign on the boardwalk that says "Atlantic City"? Kill two birds with one stone!
You may be bummed out that you're looking at pictures of the beach instead of relaxing on the beach and riding the waves under the sun, but hopefully these beach scrapbook titles ideas have given you the inspiration you need!