Scrapbook Layout: New York Scrapbook, Title Page

New York Vacation Scrapbook Page by Natalie ParkerNew York Vacation Scrapbook Page by Natalie ParkerNew York Vacation Scrapbook Page by Natalie ParkerNew York Vacation Scrapbook Page by Natalie ParkerThe Story:  This is the title page for our 2005 vacation to New York – the first vacation Mr. P and I took together.

Inspiration: I came up with this on my own.  I wanted a cool graphic way to show a few photos and ephemera pieces.

Scrapbook within a Scrapbook:  These vacation layouts are part of my 2005 scrapbook.  I want to keep everything from the year in one album instead of doing a standalone vacation album.

Fonts & Paper: For all of these layouts, the headlines will be in Bebas in black with aka Dora as a supporting font.  The paper is Neighborhood Stripe by Reminisce.  It’s a very loud pattern that I’m going to to accent the light grey cardstock.

Did I mention I love title pages?  I freaking love making title pages.  See earlier: 2004 scrapbook title page, 2005 scrapbook title page, Wedding scrapbook title page, College scrapbook title page, and my wedding scrapbook division pages.

Photos + Ephemera: The title page is a mix of both.  Here’s a look at what each thing is:

New York Vacation Scrapbook Page by Natalie ParkerTitle pages are always easy and usually make me think the rest of the scrapbook will be easy.  We’ll see.

New York Vacation Scrapbook Page by Natalie ParkerFont: Bebas, aka Dora | Tools: Epson Stylus R2000 (photos), Silhouette SD (headline) | Supplies: Neighborhood Stripe by Reminisce (patterned paper) | Ephemera Included: Luggage claim tags, street map, subway map.

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4 thoughts on “Scrapbook Layout: New York Scrapbook, Title Page

  1. What a GREAT page!! I find it truly funny that you like title pages so much and find them easy. The title and end pages are the last to be completed in my albums. I find them very DIFFICULT. I want them to give a taste of what the album holds and be perfect. I struggle with the end pg to summarize an important event or end a year well and yet to not duplicate too many photos. It’s always good to see what others do well. This is a gorgeous page. Especially love the cool photo at the bottom!

    • That’s really funny! To each her own, I suppose. I love love love doing title pages and doing them early. Maybe it’s easier for me because I do the title page first and pick the pictures first? I don’t worry too much about repeating pictures on subsequent pages.

  2. I found you after listening to the Paperclipping Roundtable – I absolutely love this title page; it makes my heart sing, it is just so perfect.

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