Do any of you have these old punch out letter stacks from the late 90's/early 2000's? (Actually I think these are still made today; I swear I saw a set at Joann's recently).
There are a billion sheets, all different patterns and 3 different fonts. Two of which are UGLY. Some of those patterns and fonts just can't be saved.
But the block font is modern enough, and with a little altering, they can still be used today without looking so dated. I have four examples to show you today.
Let's start with this dark blue block letter sheet.
Add a little doodle stitching with a white Gelly Roll pen and they're super cute!
Next, this white alphabet is a clean slate to do anything with.
I loved the idea of using Glimmer Mist to add splotches.
This dotted pattern wasn't too bad either:
For this one I thought adding a little sponging around the edges would be nice.
Finally, as I said before, some patterns are just too ugly to save. So why not use them as a misting mask?
There you go! Four great ways to use up those old scrapbooking letters. I am really glad I didn't have to just toss the whole bunch but was able to find ways to make them "new" again. :)