I'm blogging again today - whooo - I'm on a roll! I decided to try and post something little each day. Don't hold me to it though! :) I wanted to work with the new Script Alpha dies from Papertrey Ink again. LOVE these! You can never have enough "thank you cards" handy.
I used some Lily Bee Designs papers from the Handmade collection and cut random patterns out. Gray cardstock makes a pretty background for all of the color.
These dies come on a magnetic sheet, which is handy for keeping them together (and not losing one of the letters!). I cut them apart with my scissors, so I could spell out fun words with them...
I've had some people ask... "how do you get them straight on your project"? I use a ruler to line them up. For adhesive, I use Tombo Mono wet glue, just a dab on
each letter. You'll have a few seconds to move them around before they dry.
The ruler also helps me find the center of my card, and that is
where I start with attaching the letters. I glued the "A" first and
then worked my way out. Same with the next line, I glued the heart first
in the center and then the "Y" and "U".
These are the little papers I used for the letters. When you are done, you'll have lots of cute leftovers to use the negatives on another project! I can just see these stitched together like a little quilt.