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With Thanksgiving right around the corner, you’re probably giving some thought to your Thanksgiving scrapbook pages at this time.
If you’re anything like me, you go to great lengths to "stage" certain moments in your mind ahead of time — all of those key moments that you hope to capture in photographs and other mementos to document that special day.
I thought I’d share some of my favorite page titles for Thanksgiving scrapbook pages. I will sometimes build an entire page around a phrase (as opposed to letting the photos dictate the headline or page topper).
But I’ll be honest, I don’t just use these types of "fun phrases" as headlines for my scrapbook layouts. I also use them as:
section headers or sub-heads to break up the page (or a multi-page layout)
random blurbs tossed haphazardly on the page to fill empty spaces
Perhaps the following Thanksgiving page titles will give you some inspiration for your own Thanksgiving scrapbook pages…
A Time For Thanks
Begin And End Each Day With An Expression Of Gratitude
Bless This Food
Bushel Of Blessings
Count Your Blessings
Counting Our Blessings
Family & Turkey & Football … Oh My!
Friends, Family, Food And FOOTBALL!
Gobble Til You Wobble
I Can’t Believe I Ate The Whole Thing!
I’m Thankful For….
It’s Turkey Time!
Laugh Often. Love Much. Live Well.
Overheard Giving Thanks…
Tip for this one: during a holiday gathering, stand back and listen for a few moments. Record snippets of the conversation, then include them on your scrapbook page.
Thank You, God
Thankful 4 A Lot Of Things
Thankful For You
Thankful, Grateful And Just Full
Thankfulness And Thanksgiving Go Hand In Hand
Together Again… Thankfully
Turkey Day Treasures
We Gather Together
What A Bunch Of Turkeys!
I'm a lifelong scrapbooker who's been documenting every moment of my life in pictures… for decades! I currently have 171,285 photos saved in 6,034 albums online (backed up in 3 different locations). I switched from old-school photo corners and thick paper binders to archival quality tape and Creative Memories albums after college. To me, there is absolutely nothing better than preserving your life's memories in photographs… and scrapbooks! Then I added rubber stamping and cardmaking to my craft talents… followed by candle making, paper crafts, and other DIY projects. When I'm not crafting, you'll find me at the corner of Good News & Fun Times as publisher of The Fun Times Guide (32 fun & helpful websites).