The popularity of the Twilight franchise is hard to deny, but finding Twilight scrapbook stickers is no easy task.
Finding Twilight Scrapbook Stickers
Surprisingly, the best place to look for Twilight scrapbook stickers is not your local scrapbook store. While scrapbooking stores generally carry papers and embellishments to support almost every theme imaginable, the majority of Twilight related merchandise can be found in stores catering to teens and young adults. Hot Topic, for example, has a large selection of Twilight clothing, jewelry, and stationery items.
If you want to look online, Amazon.com has a few stationery items in its Twilight store. You can often find auctions with Twilight stickers on eBay. Café Press seems to be another popular source for people selling Twilight-inspired stickers, although many of these designs appear to be in clear violation of copyright law. You would not be able to enter a contest or have your work published if you use stickers that were made illegally.
Since Stephenie Meyer's vampire saga shows no signs of declining in popularity anytime soon, there are multiple fan sites with images from the movie. Printing your favorite photos onto sticker paper purchased from an office supply store may be an option to consider for your Twilight project.
One important thing to consider when looking for scrapbook stickers for a Twilight project is that stickers not labeled as specifically for scrapbooking and paper crafting may not be acid free. If you're not concerned about archival safety, this may not be a problem. If you want to be sure your scrapbook is around for years to come, however, you will want to spray stickers with Archival Mist and try to keep them from directly touching any photos on your scrapbook layout.
Creating a Twilight Scrapbook Page
While Twilight scrapbook stickers can certainly be a good idea for helping to make a Twilight-themed layout, there are plenty of other ways to give your scrapbook a Twilight-inspired look.
A red and black color scheme is a natural choice for a page about your love of Twilight. Add apple accents; you can find many apple-themed patterned papers and embellishments in the school or fall sections of your favorite scrapbook store. Finish off the layout with a few glittery metallic touches, such as using silver brads or small eyelets to hold your journaling blocks in place.
If you want to focus on New Moon specifically, make a monochromatic layout with various shades of brown. Look for wolf and Native American themed items to accent the page.
Using Twilight fonts is a great way to reinforce the theme of your scrapbook page without spending extra money on unnecessary supplies. Here are links to free fonts inspired by the Twilight franchise:
- The Twilight book cover font is similar to Zephyr.
- Edward's handwriting is similar to Carmilla.
- Bella's handwriting is similar to Pablo.
- Jacob's handwriting is similar to Almagro.
Of course, don't forget that you can easily jazz up your scrapbook journaling by including one of your favorite movie quotes in your project. Here are some great options to consider:
- "Death is peaceful... easy... life is harder." -- Edward Cullen
- "I hate you for making me want you so much." -- Edward Cullen
- "You're like my own personal brand of heroin." - Edward Cullen
- "I've never given much thought to how I would die. But dying, in the place of someone I love, seems like a good way to go" -- Bella Swan
- "I'd rather die than to stay away from you." -- Bella to Edward
- "You are my life now." - Edward to Bella
- "Who's afraid of the big, bad wolf?" - Jacob Black
- "I will be there until your heart stops beating". -- Jacob to Bella in New Moon
For more quotes from Stephenie Meyer's vampire saga, visit GoodReads.