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5 Scrapbook Wedding Titles and Quotes Ideas!

5 Scrapbook Wedding Titles and Quote Ideas!

Coming up with perfect scrapbook wedding titles doesn’t have to be a chore. Here are some of the best ideas for memorable scrapbooking quotes.

1. Add an element of humor to your scrapbook wedding titles

Humor is never a bad idea, especially when it comes to things that can sometimes be taken too seriously. With today’s wedding hashtags and custom Snapchat filters, why not add some humor to your own layout?!

Instead of simply cutting out a title that reads, “Jessica & Michael Morgan’s Wedding”, write “Morgan He Bargained For” or “Married a Morgan”. For the Baker newlyweds, how about, “Bakers in the Ballroom”? It just adds an element of fun and will make you chuckle every time you look back on the page.

If you—or whoever’s wedding layout you’re working on—had one of those oh-so-popular wedding hashtags or custom filters, don’t be afraid to use that as your title, either.

2. When all else fails, go with dates, places, and people.

Besides the obvious fun that comes with scrapbooking, one of the main reasons for creating these pages is to preserve memories. Thirty years from now, you might not remember what each picture is of, who was in the wedding party, or the dates of each of the events. That’s what makes each of these such a great title idea. Titling a page “The Night Before” might not seem super exciting now, but you’ll appreciate it when it serves as a reminder years down the road.

If you have a picture of the bride with her bridesmaids—also her best friends—include their names in the title or the journal.

3. Take it back to grade school for the perfect scrapbook wedding quotes

Remember the days in elementary in middle school when you learned about literary techniques, like alliteration, onomatopoeia, personification, and metaphors?! Believe it or not, those might’ve been the most useful school lessons you’ll ever incorporate into your scrapbooking. Do some brainstorming with these tools to see if it helps spark any ideas. How adorable is, “My Sun, My Moon, My Everything”, as a title on a page full of pictures of you and your now-husband on your wedding day?! Or maybe, “Forever has arrived”, or “My Heart is Whole”?

4. Use a favorite quote.

You can never go wrong with using a quote or song lyric as a scrapbook page title. There are so many options, from, “Love is friendship set to music”, to “I carry your heart with me”. If coming up with the right words isn’t your strong suit, no need to worry. Songs, poems, and famous writers have got you covered!

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scrapbook wedding titles5. Keep it simple.

Some scrapbook wedding titles just aren’t meant to be extravagant, and that’s totally fine. Don’t force something to be creative or funny if it doesn’t belong. Sometimes all you need is a simple, “My Wedding Day”, especially if the page or layout is already busy. Never feel like you’re obligated to come up with an over-the-top title just for the sake of having one. Titles like “Our Special Day” and “The Beginning of Forever” are perfect choices for any wedding layout.

 

There you have it! These are some ideas to get your creative juices flowing for the wedding layout you’re working on. Don’t be afraid to add your own unique flair or take some chances. After all, this wedding is a once-in-a-lifetime page in the making.

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5 Simple Scrapbook Organization Ideas and Tips!

 

Scrapbook Organization Ideas & Tips

Starting on a new scrapbooking project requires considerable time and material output and you may find yourself overwhelmed by the effort it takes to organize your supplies, equipment and photos.

That’s why today we’re talking scrapbook organization ideas. Keep reading as I want to share with you a few simple strategies you can use to bring everything under control and ensure that you can find anything you need quickly and with the minimum of hassle.

5 Scrapbook Organization Ideas You Can Use Today:

1. Color Co-ordination

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Organize your paper scraps by colour in folders, baskets or other convenient storage solution. This will help you easily locate them when you are starting on your next big project, and help you avoid spending hours sifting through tonnes of supplies to find what you need.

For a few more great colour co-ordinating ideas, click here.

 

2. Zip lock bags

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Zip lock bags are a cheap and easy to use storage solution since they can be bought in bulk and come in several different sizes.

Use them to stash different scrapbooking supplies such as paper, pens, stickers, and many others. further, you can choose to arrange your scrapbooking materials as per project, which means that Christmas scrapbooking items go in one zip lock bag, wedding items in another, family genealogy in another and so on and so forth. 

3. Multi-compartment boxes for tiny embellishments

Scrapbook embellishments are notorious for disappearing into nooks and crannies, especially when you are just preparing to get started on a new project. Not only is it frustrating and time consuming to locate them, it can also lead to your spending more money to replace them if they prove impossible to find. 

The solution? Boxes with multiple compartments where you can place all your embellishments for easy location next time you are starting a project. These boxes are cheap and can be found in many craft stores. Place your tiny embellishments in these boxes and store them on shelves, table tops and other surfaces in readiness for your next big project.

4. Organizing photos sequentially

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If you are starting a family photo scrapbook and have hundreds of photographs to deal with, the best thing to do is organize them sequentially. This means starting with the earliest photos taken for each subject i.e. baby photos and moving up through toddler years, pre-school photos, school, teenage, college, wedding photos and so on and so forth. 

If you have a large volume of photos to organize, arrange them into different piles for each time period and work sequentially through each of these. Zip lock bags, baskets and even paper bags can act as storage solutions until you have completed each stage of the project.

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5. Labelled boxes

If you are working on a single project, you can use separate plastic, paper or metal boxes to store different scrapbooking materials. This means that tools will go in one box, paper in another, embellishments in a third box and paints, pens, fabric and other items into other separate boxes. The trick to locating each item that you need is to ensure that each box is labelled correctly, and that only relevant items go into each box.

This means that tools will go in one box, paper in another, embellishments in a third box and paints, pens, fabric and other items into other separate boxes. The trick to locating each item that you need is to ensure that each box is labelled correctly, and that only relevant items go into each box.

The trick to locating each item that you need is to ensure that each box is labelled correctly, and that only relevant items go into each box.

6. Digital organization

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Use folders and sub folders to organize digital photos for ease of access. Ensure to label each folder appropriately and create relevant subfolders to break down a project into stages, via subject matter or into any other category that will make it easier for you to locate the photos you need. You can also choose to label your scrapbooking projects by date, number of photos, type of project and any other category as long as it fits your scrapbooking needs.

Ensure to label each folder appropriately and create relevant subfolders to break down a project into stages, via subject matter or into any other category that will make it easier for you to locate the photos you need. You can also choose to label your scrapbooking projects by date, number of photos, type of project and any other category as long as it fits your scrapbooking needs.

For more detailed information on how to organize all your photos (prints, digital photos and much more) then this might help you.

Scrapbooking is a great way to create memorable projects that you can enjoy for years to come. However, putting together the materials you need for each individual project can be a headache, especially if you end up with piles of items that make it difficult to find what you need for each stage of the project.

Using a few easy and effective organization techniques and solutions should help to get rid of this headache, and ensure that your scrapbooking project goes off easily, seamlessly and effectively.

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Create A Stunning Scrapbook For Your Cruise

There is little more relaxing than a cruise: the sun, sea and sights are enough to create amazing memories, and the places you discover are simply wonderful.

Why not preserve the memory of the cruise even longer by designing a scrapbook that showcases the cruise. As well as serving as a time capsule of the once-in-a-lifetime experience, it gives you a souvenir to share with family and friends so they can enjoy the holiday too.

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Plan the story

A great scrapbook starts with some careful planning before the cruise itself. Start thinking about your scrapbook as soon as you confirm your place on the cruise. Collect brochures, ticket stubs and maps and think about how you will incorporate them into your scrapbook’s layout.

Here, it’s also essential to think about an appropriate album size. The standard album sizes are 8.5×11” and 12×12”. While the smaller one might be more practical if you plan to scrapbook while on the boat itself, the larger might be better suited to hold larger pamphlets.

Have a theme in mind

Although you may prefer to organise your scrapbook chronologically, it could make for a better story if you organise things by theme. Create a double-page spread especially for historical sites and reserve one for the beaches you visit. A theme can make it much more exciting to revisit your scrapbook later.

Photograph to the theme

When you’re on the cruise, take photographs with the knowledge that they’ll later find a place in your scrapbook. Don’t just take snaps when you feel like it – plan out the content and your final scrapbook will have a much more cohesive feel.

It’s important to take a variety of snapshots of different subject matter. Take photos of people you meet on the ship, beautiful sights and meals you eat. The more variety, the more the book will serve as an overview of your whole trip – and the happier you’ll be when you look back upon it.

Don’t forget to write things down

Your immediate memories might only last you so long. Before you know it, you’ll be wondering what’s in that photo you took, or the name of the couple you met over cocktails.

To kerb the inevitable memory loss, take a notebook along with you and jot down the information you might like to remember. Your notebook will be invaluable when it comes to writing captions later.

Go digital

Don’t just rely on paper; also take stock of the range of digital apps that are out there. Diptic app, for example, lets you build paper-like collages on your smartphone, while Skrappy helps you create a scrapbook bursting with photos, videos and audio messages. Digital tools can be an innovative way of showcasing your memories – and gives you a lot more luggage space to play with!

Water and Beach Layouts would work well with the atmosphere on your Scrapbook Cruise

Get your Cruise On, Tips for your Scrapbook Cruise

When planning or booking your next scrapbooking cruise, make sure you take time out to think about how you are going to make the most of your crafting time as well as your cruising activity time.

Here are a few tips you can use to make the most of your scrapbook cruise.  A lot of the tips in my earlier article Scrapbook Retreats can be used when going on a scrapbook cruise. So, make sure you also check that one out.

Be inspired by being on the water on your Scrapbook Cruise and Scrap Beach Layouts

Be inspired by being on the water on your Scrapbook Cruise and Scrap Beach Layouts

Scrapbook Cruise Logistics

  • Ensure you are familiar with your itinerary. You don’t want to be scrapping the day away when you have booked an on-shore activity.
  • Unlike the relative safety of a crop or retreat indoors, you can get wet or sun-burnt on a scrapbook cruise. Pack your swimsuit, cover ups and sunscreen to protect yourself.
  • Most cruises do not restrict the amount of luggage you are allowed to bring on board. If you have a connecting flight to get to the first port then your airline may have luggage restrictions. You will need to take this into consideration when deciding what you need to pack.
  • Take note of any requirements as to prohibited items either for your connecting flight or the scrapbook cruise itself.
  • Power outlets can be in short supply on cruises, a power strip and extension cord are essential.
  • Make sure you have packed all your travel documents (passport if required, tickets, luggage tags, transfer and hotel vouchers).
  • Bring along all your tickets for any shore excursions or activities you have booked for the scrapbook cruise.
When on your Scrapbook Cruise, Why not Scrap Layouts from Previous Holidays

When on your Scrapbook Cruise, Why not Scrap Layouts from Previous Holidays

Scrapbook Cruise Crafting Tips

  • Ensure that you are aware if there will be a scrapbooking store or vendor you can purchase items from on your scrapbook cruise.  You can not purchase adhesive refills in the middle of the ocean 🙂
  • Some scrapbook cruises allow you to set up at your table and leave all your craft items in the cropping space for the duration of the cruise.  Find out if this is the case for yours. If it is the case, check that the room will be locked when not in use and that your work and tools will be safe. If not you will need pack up and tote your items back to your room everyday. This will effect your packing strategy for what and how much of your crafting tools and materials you pack.
  • Familiarize yourself with the dinner schedule on the scrapbook cruise and if there is a dress code for formal dinners.  Captain’s dinners are also great photo opportunities for future layouts.
  • Collect memorabilia and ephemera during your travel and scrapbook cruise activities.  These can include, printed napkins, do not disturb signs, on board stationery, brochures and flyers, ticket stubs, an umbrella from your cocktails, a dinner menu and many other items.
  • A camera and charger along with extra memory cards are an absolute must for recording the sites you visit, activities you participate in and lots of photos of yourself doing cruise-y things.
  • Another absolute essential would be a notebook or journal for taking down notes, quotes, dates and times of photos and activities and any other information that you would like to include on future layouts or recall when journaling.

For additional information on scrapbook cruise etiquette, comfort, and what crafting supplies to pack including tips on power scrapping see my scrapbook retreats post.

Water and Beach Layouts would work well with the atmosphere on your Scrapbook Cruise

Water and Beach Layouts would work well with the atmosphere on your Scrapbook Cruise

Links to Scrapbook Cruise Companies

Here I have played with the song lyrics from the David Guetta Song for my scrapbook quote about memories

Scrapbook Quotes About Memories : 3 Fast Tips!

Scrapbook Quotes About Memories : Here’s 3 Easy Ways To Find The Perfect Words Every Time!

Whether it’s for your heritage photos of ancestors and loved ones who have passed away, or it’s the cooky old photos from your childhood; a perfect scrapbook quote about memories would make a perfect title.

A well chosen scrapbook quote about memories can add depth and emotion to your page.  One of my favorite go to sources for inspiring scrapbook quotes about memories are song lyrics.  Some song lyrics are timeless and even if the song fades from popularity, sometimes the lyric itself is just what your layout needs.

This heritage Layout of my dad and his brothers in 1958 would benefit from a scrapbook quote about memories

This heritage layout of my dad and his brothers in 1958 would benefit from a scrapbook quote about memories

Materials: Blue Moon, Another Birthday, Urban Memoirs digital elements designed by Kim Liddiard

Scrapbook Quotes About Memories from Song Lyrics

“I can dream of the old days , Life was beautiful then.”

“I remember the time I knew what happiness was.”

Song Title: Memory  (From the Musical Cats)  by Juergen Mutschall, Dominik De Leon, Lange, Alexis Strum

“Memories, pressed between the pages of my mind”

“Memories, sweetened thru the ages just like wine”

Song Title: Memories by Elvis Presley

“It seems like yesterday, But it was long ago.”

Song Title: Against the Wind  by Bob Seger

“Yesterday, all my troubles seemed so far away”

“Yesterday, love was such an easy game to play”

Song Title: Yesterday by John Lennon, Paul McCartney

“All the crazy things I did tonight…
Those will be the best memories ”

Song Title Memories by David Guetta

Here I have played with the song lyrics from the David Guetta Song for my scrapbook quote about memories

Here I have played with the song lyrics from the David Guetta Song for my scrapbook quote about memories

Materials: Fabarooni, Fabulicious, Eenie Meenie, Miney Mo digital elements designed by Lauren Bavin

“I Remember Your Smile More Then Anything Else”

Song Title:  Memory by Danny Fernandes

“Precious memories, unseen angels
Sent from somewhere to my soul”

Song Title Precious Memories by Randy Travis  Songwriter Rosetta, Tharpe

“Memories are made of this”

Song Title Memories are Made of This by Dean Martin

“We made these memories for ourselves”

Song Title: Photograph by Ed Sheeran

Scrapbook Quotes About Memories by adding an Adjective

Another way to incorporate a scrapbook quote about memories is to just combine the word memories with a pleasing adjective that reflects the overall feel of your layout.

Some examples could be:

  • Perfect Memories
  • Playful Memories
  • Cheeky Memories
  • Cheerful Memories
  • Fond Memories
  • Awesome Memories
A happy Layout about the Perfect Memories I have of camping as a 7 year old

A happy layout about the perfect memories I have of camping as a 7 year old

Materials: Junky Lovin, Funky Lovin digital elements designed by Suzanne Walker, Fun Loving digital elements designed by Rene Bross

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Scrapbook Quotes About Memories from Online Quote Collections

There are some websites available online that serve as a library of quotes and sayings usually with the correct attribution.  Though, I am reminded of a quote that is often incorrectly attributed to Dr. Seuss and that has gone viral via some internet memes and word art containing it, that is actually a quote by Robert Fulghum. Be Careful about where you source your information if you do need to attribute the quote.  I would steer clear of getting quotes from Pinterest, Instagram or Facebook due to the amount of misquotes in those types of media. However, if you find one you like and you are not publishing it than it’s okay to use the quote without attribution on a personal layout.  If you want to attribute it to the correct author, probably don’t source it from social media sites where anyone can generate or share content.

Here are some sources of scrapbook quotes about memories to add emotion and depth to your layout:

  • scrapbook.com
  • Brainy Quotes.com
  • Good Reads.com
  • Quote Garden.com
  • Cool n Smart.com

Tell us about your favorite scrapbook quotes about memories and how you use them in your layouts.

 

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