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There are so many possibilities for using the clear alphas, my favorites are using alcohol inks, stamps and tattered angels! Just tons of cool effects. I love to use glue dots to adhere them to projects as well. Just a great product! I love how you can customize them with so many products, the looks you get are just endless!
Used in this project: Remember when...
these are great...i've already used them for a baby book. there are so many things you can do to them...paint or ink the edges, but eyelets in them with cropadile. i'm sure i'll find more ideas the more i use them.
i love heidi swapp products.
I love the ghost elements in the Heidi Swapp line. It's so much fun to find new and creative thing to do with them...the possibilities are endless! One great way to adhere them is using KI Memories Gloo.
Used in this project: Sooo...you
I wasn't sure what I would think of these ghost letters. I have seen many published LO's using these letters so I finally broke down and bought some. I do like the endless possibilities that they have... you can put them on a page as is or dress them up with inks and acrylics... the list is endless. The only problem I seemed to have was exactly how to fasten them. I have used them for 2 LO's now and both times I put them thru my Xyron upside to get an even coat of adhesive. Other ideas were brads and sewing them into place. They are alot of work to fix up, but I think most of the time, they seem to be worth it.
Used in this project: Little Man
These letters are the perfect size for titles and monograms. They are really diverse because you can use them as is, paint them, or use paper to match them to the layout. If you are using them as is, be warned that gluestick and glue dots will show through. I haven't tried icicle glue, but that may work better at not showing through.
Used in this project: Chew Toy
Wow these are so cool! I like the size of these ghost alphas! I was so hoping they were not going to be tiny.
I plan to paint them or rub rub-ons on top of them!
Used in this project: Birthday Boy
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