Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Altering Letters and Numbers for titles

#43 "Gardengoyle" (Sketch~Sketch Inspiration) Kraft CS~Recollections, PP~Tim Holtz Lost & Found, Flowers~Tim Holtz Tattered Floral(brown) Prima~Teal, Brad~American Crafts, Letters~Pink Paislee

#44 "Belly Rub" (Sketch~Let's Scrap) PP & Letters~Love, Elsie Daisy

I have stopped buying Thickers and other letter stickers other than the tiny alphas. It seems like you always have the same things left over that you can't use. I always run out of vowels and s, t, r, especially. I am trying to use up what I have and then plan to cut letters with my cricut. Both of these layouts I had to create letters I needed by cutting or substituting. On Belly rub I had to turn a capital A upside down and cut off one leg to create a lowercase b as I only had one B. In the gardengoyle one I only had 4 letters I needed, the a, r, o, and l. I had to use the number 3 for the e,the 6 for the g, the p for the d, the z for the N, and cut the leg off an x for the y. That may just be the most altered letters I have ever used in one title.


  1. you did a great job altering the letters! I never would of known if you hadnt have told us lol! but that is a great way to use up all those letters! because I know what you mean about the left over letters that never get used! thanks for the idea :)

  2. p.s: (lol) I love love love the belly rub lo
    super cute!