When you have enough photos and journalling to do a several page layout, try this great technique. Create your title across the first and last page of your layout. Then cut down the pages of the layouts inbetween so that the title is visible as you turn those pages.

For example, for a 6-page layout of Cheer Camp, I put die cut letters spelling "CHEER" on the top left page. Then I put die cut letters spelling "CAMP" on the top right page. The title was approximately 3 inches tall, so I cut about 3 inches off of the top of four other pieces of coordinating cardstock as well as cropping down the two middle page protectors. I then arranged my photos on these six pages, using the shorter pages between the title pages. Voila, one title for 3 double-page spreads.

--by Luann Rainford