I used to have a love/hate relationship with alphabet stickers. While I loved the fun fonts and colors, I hated the frustration of running out of common letters (S's, R's, T's, vowels, etc.) and being left with half a sheet of letters that don't spell anything (Q, Z, X...you know, all the same letters you dread getting in Scrabble). It seemed like such a waste.
|Supplies: stickers (October Afternoon), cardstock (Wausau Paper), patterned paper (October Afternoon), photo collage software (Walgreens.com), die-cut spinner and arrow (October Afternoon), misc. (metallic brad from office supply store).|
October Afternoon is my favorite manufacturer that repeats fonts every few releases. On the layout above I combined stickers from the following lines: Sidewalks, Fly a Kite, Thrift Shop, Cherry Hill, and Road Map. The playful mix of colors supports my theme of a young boy enjoying his spring break.