Yes folks, ABCD's....as my 2 year old likes to call them. Unlike the rest of us, who call them our ABC's.
I've been having fun with all the alphabet choices that Buzz & Bloom has to offer. There's so much versatility and you can dress them up or down to suit your needs. This is good for people who are wanting to coordinate their embellishments. I don't know how many times I've gone with just a white or black alpha choice only because I couldn't find the right yellow or green alphabet set to match my layout.
I played with a few different chipboard alphabet sets recently and just loved the outcome.
First to share is my layout "Family Portrait." I used CB That 70s Alphabet for this one. I decided to leave the chipboard as is, as to not overdo the look I was trying to achieve. I kept it simple.
Here's a close-up of another layout I did with a bunch of 411 (who, what, where, when). Don't try to come visit me... I no longer live at that address on the invite. My number has changed as well. LOL I mixed a bunch of different glitter alphas together and covered CB Diva Alphabet (what) in gold stickles glitter glue.
Another thing I love about Buzz & Bloom alphabets are the font styles. They are so different from other choices out there and that, I love! In this next layout titled "Sexyback" I simply used the shape of the CB Analog Alphabet by painting around it when I had it down on my paper. Then, I removed it to be used later on something else. What I had after removing the alpha set was what I guess you can call negative space.
I was doing you all a favor by not scrapping the front side pics. LOL And to think, my husband thinks I really erased these shots from the camera. LOL