This is a photo of my niece and nephew & their friend when they were little. The are all teenagers now. I still don't know how that happened! LOL
I pulled contents from my Counterfeit Kit to create this layout. I used a stamp set called Keyboard Uppercase by Close to My Heart to stamp out "three" using Ranger Archival Jet Black Ink. Can I just tell you how much I LOVE this stamp set? I've always been a fan of alphabet stamps, but I'll be honest, they do require a little work to line them up. This stamp set makes creating alphabet stickers so easy, which is how I used them here.
After I stamped each letter, I cut them out. I could have run them through my Xyron sticker machine, but it was just easier for me to use a Zig glue pen. It literally took me less than 2 minutes.
I could have also just stamped directly onto the cardstock because the "block" style lettering makes it easy to line up each letter compared to a traditional alphabet stamp. Do you use alphabet stamps on layouts or cards? Or do you prefer alphabet stickers or die cuts?
I wanted to use black sequins for this layout but I don't have any in my stash, so I used a black Copic marker to color some of the pink ones. I wasn't sure how they would look after they dried but they are perfect! No streaks with solid coloring, and it only took them a few minutes to dry.