One Product, Three Ways: Hazel Alphabet Stickers

Our newest alphabet stickers in the shop are called Hazel, feature a typewriter font and come in both white and light purple! Three of our design team members were challenged with using them on three different projects, in fun and creative ways! Let’s take a look:
 
Andrea | The Hazel Alphabet Stickers give such a fun and interesting look to titles and even journaling! I used them in this layout for a title as well as for a list of different nicknames for our puppy.
 
Supplies | Hazel Alphabet Stickers — Light PurpleAugust 2018 Kit, List and Ledger Journaling TagsGrid and Lined Journaling Tags – GrayAugust Blank Label StickersHere and Now StickersPuffy Heart Stickers — Spring MixNoteworthy Bits and Pieces, Noteworthy 6″ x 6″ Paper Stack
 

 
I love being able to either line them up nice and straight or make them wonky and tilted. I even used my tiny attacher to add a quick embellishment to a few of the words. They are so fun and versatile!
 

 
Amanda | I just adore the Hazel Alphabet Stickers! I couldn’t resist using both the white and the purple varieties on my layout, and they were perfect for documenting my daughter’s love of desserts! 
 
Supplies | Hazel Alphabet Stickers — Light Purple, Hazel Alphabet Stickers — White, September 2018 Kit, Good Eats Wood Veneer, List and Ledger Journaling Tags, Noteworthy Epoxy Stickers, Noteworthy — 12″ x 12″ Paper Collection
 
Pardon the pun, but isn’t this the sweetest?! I used those fabulous Hazel Alphabet Stickers as both a border trim on my white cardstock, and as washi tape strips on my vellum sheet.
 

I alternated colors between each story descriptor, mainly names of her fave desserts, and also use the stickers in my ‘the story of dessert’ title. I also added the word ‘yum’ repeatedly for a faux washi tape look. I hope my layout has given you a few different ideas on how to use these fabulous Hazel Alphabet Stickers!


 
Daniela | The Hazel Alphabet Stickers work perfectly to add custom greetings to any card! I created these two simple, yet layered cards with the Noteworthy collection, which coordinates perfectly with these alphabet stickers.
 

 
Supplies | Hazel Alphabet Stickers — Light Purple, Hazel Alphabet Stickers — White, September 2018 KitPuffy Heart Stickers — Spring MixPuffy Heart Stickers — Summer MixNoteworthy Bits and Pieces, Noteworthy 6″ x 6″ Paper StackNoteworthy — 12″ x 12″ Paper Collection
 

 
I added the Hazel Alphabet Stickers in white and light purple to each card front, spelling a long sentiment and machine stitched the letters to the card front for added texture. To embellish these fun greetings, I hand cut hearts from the Noteworthy 6″ x 6″ Paper Stack, machine stitching them on, too, and finished with puffy heart stickers and sequins from my stash.
 

 
How are you using your Hazel Alphabet Stickers on your layouts, pocket pages and cards? Share your project images on Instagram using the hashtag #EllesStudio so that we can take a look! 

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