I don't make myself have a title and I also don't always have journing on my page. Sometimes they just come up naturally. I have an idea about how to do some hidden journaling on my heritage LO's but haven' perfected it yet.
Me too. I even bought some books for scrapbooking about titles and phrases.Most of my pages don't have a title. I think that is for the artists who are planning to be published. Many of my friends do so and I think is cool...but not for me!!!
I love titles on scrapbook pages but not necessarily every page. I'm doing pages on Yellowstone right now and it looks like it will be 8-10 pages. The title is on the first page but I don't need a title on every page.
I mean the first 2 pages are pictures of bison. I don't need that on my page although I did journal a couple papragraphs about them. The biggest, baddest walked up to our car window when I rolled it up with him 6 feet from me. Bill wanted to know why I rolled up my window - I was getting great pictures. No I wasn't, he was so close he was blurry and his face wouldn't fit in one photo. And I didn't like the way his horns looked for a few feet away.
Then a page of female elk photos, then male elks. And moose. I just didn't feel the need to title them all becuase I had the Yellowstone title on the first page. WHen I get to Old Faithful, then I will have a title again. In fact it is pre-printed on the paper I'm using.
Reading this topic took me back to my Toastmaster years. Everyone used to laugh that I'd come up with a speech title and maybe it would be several months before I actually wrote the speech to go with it. I've since left TM (after getting my DTM), but still have one speech title that I never got around to writing the speech for it! Not always, but I will often come up with a title for a layout and hang onto it until I get the appropriate pictures. I keep them in a notebook.