You know the drill. I love me a good title page. I even love title pages in the middle of scrapbooks to break up big events. They’re really fun to design!
Repeated Elements: It’s officially a “thing” now. Every title page must have the year in Arabic numerals, Roman numerals, and written out in letters. Because I did it once and I can’t not do it now.
Headline Made from Paper Scraps: I made the headline with a bunch of leftover paper scraps I’ve been saving. For more details on how I made the headline, check out this post.
Lots of White Space: A lot of my title pages have been big, taking up the entire page. I went totally different here, printed the pictures together in a grid, and called it good. What can I say? I was still in a simple mood after doing the 2006 end page. Simple until I decided to spend an hour gluing tiny scraps to make the headline, that is.
Anniversary Photo: If you look for it, you’ll notice the photo from our first anniversary. That is in it’s own layout in our Wedding Scrapbook, but I thought it would be cool to use here to show what we looked like. Ah, the passing of time. We both had more hair then.
Fonts: Klinic Slab | Tools: Silhouette SD (headline), Epson Stylus R2000 (photos) | Supplies: Pioneer SJ-100 Jumbo Scrapbook (scrapbook & pages), Epson Semigloss Photo Paper (photos), too many paper scraps to individually mention | Ephemera Included: none.