Hello and Happy Thursday, friends! A lot has changed in the world since the release of the March kit and add-ons on the 10th. If you are reading this, there is a strong probability that you are at home and potentially have way more crafting time on your hands than before. With that in mind, today, I am going to share three ways that you can use your alphabet stickers like the Black Typewriter Cardstock Alphabet Stickers from the new release. Have a look!
In this 6″ x 8″ double page spread, I documented some of the details about my son, Sam. Currently he is four years old and in a really fun phase of life. Sometimes, I catch myself smiling from ear to ear at some of the things he says and I marvel at his current interests and likes.
The first two ways I used my Typewriter Cardstock Alphabet Stickers are fairly common. They include using your stickers to create a title for your layout and personalizing your pocket page with a person’s initials. Although there is nothing earth-shattering about these tips, what I will say, is to try something a little different. With the title that reads “Sam at Four”, I used the alphabet stickers vertically to contain my journaling on the left side while I created a personalized tag with Sam’s monogrammed initials using both the uppercase and lowercase letter stickers. Although you may already know the standard ways to use letter stickers, try switching up the size and direction of your stickers.
Lastly, I repurposed the zeros from the Typewriter Cardstock Alphabet Stickers and made them bullet points. I then added the new Tiny Shapes and Dots Puffy Stickers to dress up the circles and to add extra layers and texture to my pocket page. This is a great way to use up some of those last letters stickers you are not sure how to use.
That’s it friends: three simple ways to use alphabet stickers on your page.
Stay safe + stay at home! There is no better time to craft or use up your alphabet stickers. Thanks for reading!
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