All the Puffy Alphas with Tracey Fox

Do you have a favorite alphabet sticker of all time? Mine would have to be Elle’s Studio’s Puffy Alphabet Stickers! They always pack a bold and colorful punch on my scrapbook pages, whether I use them in titles, subtitles, or even on a layout like this one, where I raid my stash and use up a ton of them to create captions for my photos!

Supplies | May 2020 KitMay Labels, Icon Chipboard Stickers, Cerulean Blue Puffy Alphabet Stickers, Yellow Puffy Alphabet Stickers, Fuchsia Puffy Alphabet Stickers, Pink Puffy Alphabet Stickers, Black Puffy Alphabet Stickers, Coral Puffy Alphabet Stickers, Lime Green Puffy Alphabet Stickers, Christmas Multi Color Alphabet Stickers, To the Moon and Back Wood Veneer, Acrylic Stars, Flourish 6 x 8.5 Paper StackTypewriter Alphabet Stamp

For this page, I chose to document a fun night from a trip to Disney’s Animal Kingdom, where we attended an after-hours event after the park closed. I printed a series of 12 photos from our epic night of working our way around the park with hardly any crowd, and I punched the photos into 2.5″ circles to lay out in a grid design on white cardstock for my layout. Next, I had fun choosing patterns from tags included in the May 2020 Kit and the Flourish 6 x 8.5 Paper Stack to punch circles from and offset behind my photos. I also chose colorful embellishments from the May kit and extras to add on top of the photos: May Kit die cuts, Icon Chipboard Stickers, and Acrylic Stars.

I used the Typewriter Alphabet Stamp to add my title across the top of the page, but the REAL stars of the layout are the many colors of puffy alphabet stickers I used to list out all the locations and attractions we visited that evening. I pulled out all of my puffy alphas and chose sets that had the letters I needed left in the package, but the beauty of these alphabet stickers (and Elle’s Studio’s products in general!) is that every color I chose coordinated perfectly with the colors in the papers and embellishments on the page. 

After I stuck down all of my numbered photo captions along the bottom of the layout, I added number stickers to my photos so they would correspond. It’s awesome that these useful alpha stickers come with numbers and punctuation, as well!

I love that I was able to document the chronological events of such a fun night at Walt Disney World and use so many puffy alphabet stickers in the process! Do you use up your alphabet sticker sheets? Mix and match them? Share your favorite projects using these versatile alpha stickers in the Elle’s Studio Facebook Group, or on social media using the #ellesstudio hashtag! 

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