|Chipboard title: Memory Maze. Papers: Basic Grey (Background), Studio Calico (others). Die Cuts: Crate Papers. Flair: The Paper Bakery. Acrylic button: Epiphany Crafts|
In my DT post at the Memory Maze blog in June, I talk about where to find inspiration to tell the real stories, and one place is in words/titles. Often the title is thought of late in the creative process while scrapping, but the title can be the perfect starting point, too. In this blog post I will show you my third example.
|Inked in green and then drawn with a Brown pen|
The title is the starting point for this layout. The journaling describes what teenagers are like, and the photos are just illustrations to emphasize the theme. I think this layout sums up my teenage son’s year better than if I made one layout showing him and his buddy on the trampoline and one with him gaming, with matching titles.
Some close up photos:
Memory Maze product used:
While creating - when in the process do you come up with your title?