Loc: England, UK
|Posted: 2/7/2013 4:59:31 PM|
I really love using alphabet stickers and we all know how quickly the vowels run out! We've all been there trying to use zero's as 'o's and such but when there is no more compromising and your left with a sheet and random letters what can i do with them instead of throwing them out? I usually end up with letters like 'V''R' 'G' and other Consonants that i cant find a use for? please help me i really don't want to throw them out!
|"- Fall down Seven, Stand up Eight.-"|
|Posted: 2/7/2013 5:02:16 PM|
I've seen some cute layouts that use random letters as a background and then were cut with a die cut into a shape (butterfly, heart, star, etc.) Also, border strips for school and reading layouts made out of extra letters. Maybe combine left over letter sets and use them as masks for inking/misting/painting over?
|Posted: 2/7/2013 5:03:36 PM|
How about using it as the first letter of your journaling? Like in fancy older books. You can use v as an arrow or cut apart anything with straight lines to make arrows.
Pea, Glorious Pea
Loc: In the land of loss...weight loss, that is. 35.5 down, 10-15 to go! :D
|Posted: 2/7/2013 5:13:26 PM|Cut your X's in half and turn your V's to the side to make tailless arrows like this: >>>>> to point to something.
Will I ever get to Buckethead?!
Loc: New York
|Posted: 2/7/2013 5:17:57 PM|
I like the idea of using them for random letter backgrounds and things of that nature. Hope that helps!
Loc: River Ridge, Louisiana
|Posted: 2/7/2013 5:29:36 PM|Here's something I did a while back:
For a page in my December Daily, I used all shades of green, red, and gold letter stickers for something similar. It's cute (but I didn't take a picture yet.)
There is a use for every single letter sticker IMO!
Loc: Colorado Springs, CO
|Posted: 2/7/2013 5:36:02 PM|
For now I am saving them. My hope is that once Tim Holtz's paints come out that they will work on my letter stickers and I'll have better luck mixing and matching the different fonts to squeeze a few extra titles out of them.