Here's what I created with all the super fabulous alphabet stickers Doodlebug has to offer (and there are so so many!):
A page of my youngest with his latest toy: an iPod he got from his grandparents. He's so happy with it because he can finally read everything that's on it, even most of the English texts! He started group 3 in September last year and in no time he could read. I'm still amazed at the speed of that! He downloads games on his own, he plays Wordfeut with us, he sends me text messages .... he does it all, at the age of 7!!
But enough about my kid ... Let me show you how I created the background of my layout.
First I started peeling off the "negative" sticker sheet of the a "Hopscotch" Alphabet.
Then I sprinkled some flour on the sticky back side so it didn't stick anymore:
Next I placed this non-sticky alpha sheet on a (almost) white background and sprayed "yellowish" paint on it:
and got this result, isn't it beautiful?
And the next step is easy .... create your page using patterned paper, diecuts and lots of different alphabets!
Here's what I used: Patterned Paper, Cute Cuts and Cardstock Stickers: Snips and Snails; Alphabet Stickers: Simply Sweet, Shin-Dig, Hopscotch and Teensy Type. Other supplies: Sprinklers (Lemon Drop) from October Afternoon.
This is it! Easy Peasy!!
Thanks for stopping by and I would love to hear what you think!!