Scrapbooking Tips: Using Leftover Stickers

Hi dear crafty friends!

It's time for some more fun ideas for scrapbooking. And today on Scrapbooking Tips: Using Leftover Stickers. Let's be honest, we all have a pile of sticker sheets we don't need and don't use just sitting in our stash right? Here's a little tip on how to use them.



Scrapbooking Tips: Using Leftover Stickers

We all have them. Those half used sticker sheets with only the letters we can't use because they don't make up any word. So all the "Z", "X", "W" and "D" are just sitting there and we can't use them. Well... I have an idea! Use them as texture not as words! When we look at a letter we immediately combine it with other letters to form a word. It's automatic, we can't help it. But if you try looking at a letter in a different way you'll discover it's basically a shape. 24 shapes to be exact. 



So let's use the leftover letter stickers as shapes to  create texture. I collected all the bulky, covered chipboard letters I had and created a layout with the letters as part of the background. If you want to create a page like that go to the video tutorial.



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