Monday, June 25, 2018

Reason #20 and Ideas for Scrapbooking with Large Alphabets

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I've also got that free alpha in use.  Check out my new project using a fun template I designed and that free alphabet from last week.
So here, you see I just cut out the letters with my fussy cutters.  I purposely designed a very simple, thick alphabet that would be easy to use.



This is a template I designed a while back.  I'm mad crazy about mini albums.  This template is great for a mini album as well as a flip flap pages for on a page, since they are so nicely layered.



I traced onto some nice card stock for my page.



Then I used some goodies from the My Musecollection...I left a bit of the black border around the
page for interest.



Cutting a square frame like this is very easy if you do it like this.  Of course, if you have a cutting machine, you're even better off.  I traced on to the black paper, used my fussy cutter to make a hole in the center and then cut from the center to the corner of the inside frame.



These are the free letters, as is.  If you have a touch of white here and there from cutting simply use a marker or ink around the edges for a perfect look.



You could make it really simple and leave as is like above or cut easy boxes for another layer and for a color pop or contrast. Keep in mind you'll need a bit more space for this.



Go a step further and cut around your letter with your fussy scissors.



I pulled out a few colors from the collection to make my page more fun.



I have this lovely template for you on this blog.  I hope you enjoyed the free alphabet, from last week.  Feel free to show off your lovely creative creations in our scrap-a-licious groupon FB.

Happy scrapping!

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