Thinking of some ideas for a Christmas title, you can use a lot of the ideas I have already given you for other scrapbooks. But special to Christmas, I think of candy canes in red and white. Download a template shape from the internet. Use rub-ons to put your title down the red sections of the cane. If you find this is not a big enough area for your title, use it for a sub-title.
Christmas baubles are a great title idea and are so versatile. They come in lots of different shapes.
Clipart shapes works well. I found these examples which I love. I might put the word ‘Merry’ on the red bell and ‘Christmas’ on the green with rub-ons. The beauty of using downloaded images (make sure they are free ones for you to use or trace the shape of these and make them yourself with card and ribbon) is you can make them any size you want.
I did a search on ‘Christmas bauble shapes’ and there are lots of shapes for you to copy.
Another obvious Christmas ‘thing’ is the Christmas tree. Your title can go on one tree or a group of trees. Try the title from top to bottom of the tree(s).
Other Christmas shapes to set your titles on could be candles, stars and hats. Finally try making some Christmas stockings for your title. Besides just putting your title on the stocking, you could print the title on strips of card and stick them out of the stocking.
One last idea. Cut one inch wide strips of Christmas paper (not too busy) and place these down the left hand edge of your main card in different lengths, cutting the ends in a ‘V’ to look like ribbon. Hand write your title or sub-titles on each of these strips of paper.