“I will lie down and sleep in peace, for you alone, O Lord, make me dwell in safety.” Psalm 4:8

I used this bible verse on a page that had pictures of my son sleeping in the middle of all his toys- it was just the right verse for the page. I set this very simply in blue, orange and pink. I hope you find it to be useful!

easter eggs

More Easter Eggs today! This PDF file contains a colorful egg border, some large eggs and an “Easter” title.

easter egg hunt paper

Ready to scrapbook those cute Easter Egg Hunt pictures? Here is an 8×8 paper and an 8.5×11 paper with some sweet bunnies and colorful eggs for a quick and easy page!

Here’s a set of titles for your seasonal pages. This would be cute as a series, with a picture of your child(ren) in each successive season, showing how they’ve grown through the year!

Click here to open the PDF.

“Who can find a virtuous woman? For her price is far above rubies” Proverbs 31:10

Set in a block with a flowery background, this verse would work well in a wedding album or with pages about mothers or sisters, or any women we admire. I have three different options for you: pink | blue | brown

Some of my favorite pages are those with lists of things like “10 things I love about you.” Here is a title block for those pages done in two different styles and several colors:

blue & orange | purple | black stencil | blue stencil

idea

Do you ever find yourself stuck for an idea when you’re working on a scrapbooking page? I found a great site that might help get us unstuck. Scrapbook.lifetips.com has tips on scrapbook page layouts, border ideas, use of stickers, journaling, themes, tools, trends, paper and embellishments. It even has an area about scrapbooking with kids! Also on this site is a glossary of scrapbooking terms that might be helpful. Hope you find it to be helpful!

This flowery paper set is similar to the previous post, except this time, it’s in a nice bright green! Click the images to open the files.

Here’s a springy paper and tag set in blue and brown. Click the images to open the files.

Here’s the next in my series of monogram letters. E! Click on the images to download. Happy Easter!

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