One of my favorite projects to do at the beginning of the year is my Project Life Title Page for our family album.
It is the first step to kicking off our family album each year.
Today I wanted to take a look back at the last 7 years of Project Life Albums and share some title page ideas with you.
The great thing about title pages for Project Life albums is you can either keep them in the pockets or do something more traditional.
A few things to know before we get started about my Project Life Family Album.
I have always used 12×12 Albums
Each year ends up with two albums. (January – June & July – December)
I use all different size page protectors
I currently work on my album Monthly instead of weekly
Memory-Keeping is my most favorite crafty project, it is the thing that I am most passionate about. Let me know in the comments below if you put together a yearly memory-keeping album.
Project Life Title Page 2017
For my 2017 title page I used a simple Design A Page Protector. I added a photo of the kids, along with a photo of Esau & me together.
I like to have the year on the title page and for 2017 I used a set of number dies I had.
The camera with the heart in the middle of the lens was an SVG that I cut out on my Cricut.
Project Life Title Page 2018
Below are the front and back of my 2018 Title Page.
I cut out 2018 on my Cricut and then used a Design U Project Protector. I used Pattern Paper I had, along with a Project Life Filler card.
The front of the title page didn’t have any photos, but the back has a single photo of each of us.
This page is by far one of my favorite title pages I have created. I love the photos of the kids. Those photos perfectly captured what our life looked like during that season of life.
Project Life Title Page 2019
The 2019 title page was created using a Page Protector from Ali Edwards.
I know that the picture of the kids says 2018 and that is because I used their school picture. Those pictures were taken in the fall of 2018 which I felt was close enough to use for our title page.
Remember that no one is going to care in 10 years, or 20 years when the photos were taken. Don’t get caught up with those kinds of details.
This year I added more to our title page than normal. I few fun details about our family.
I also added a second page with photos of the front of our house. I’m so glad that I did this because so much has changed since then it is fun to look back and see the difference.
I used pattern paper I had on hand and a few pocket cards from Ali Edwards.
Project Life Title Page 2020
I’ve used “hello” in several of my Project Life Title Pages. Don’t feel like you have to come up with some brand new every year.
If you like something you have done in the past scrap-lift yourself and make it again.
The first part of my title page is a page protector from Ali Edwards. I love this design and use it a lot inside my albums.
In 2020 I also added a second page using this beautiful paper from Echo Park.
This traditional page came out amazing. I love the camera’s that I stamped and colored, along with the photos of all of us!
Project Life Title Page 2021
I will admit that some years I feel more into creating a title page than others.
For 2021 I used family photos that we sapped right outside our house for our Christmas card. On the front, I added photos of all of us.
On the back, I showed cased the kids.
This is a very simple title page. This is a great reminder that not every title page has to be super fancy.
Project Life Title Page 2022
Last year I was feeling very excited about my title page, and you can tell by how creative I got.
I used the classic “Hello” again on this layout.
7 Project Life Title Pages Ideas
This layout had a 12×12 starter page that said “Hello 2022”, I used a piece of beautiful Vellum from Stampin Up. You can find that HERE.
Then I used a Design G Page Protector which is one I don’t use often. This allowed me to add some fun details about life and family.
Project Life Title Page 2023
Over in my Life Simple Documented Subscription Group, I did a whole process video sharing how I created this page.
You can join us HERE if you would like to see more of my memory-keeping process.
I created the front title page using my Cricut and die-cut numbers as well as heart die-cut.
On the flip side of this page, I did a double-sided layout that said: “Here We Go Again”. I simply love the way this came out.
I hope you enjoyed seeing these 7 Ideas for Project Life Title pages.