Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Step on the Scale

Some of you may have heard me say how much I love alphabet stamps. How much do I love them? Well, let's just say that I have a few of them.


Michelle Ward at GPP Street Team is challenging us this month with size. Here are a few different size alphabets:



13 comments:

  1. Love the soft coloured background and using the black for the letters gave great contrast. Attention getting. also like the varied sizing of the letter A.

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  2. AhA! A gigantic *A* made with little A's! Awesome! Thanks for sharing Susan!

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  3. I love this "A" and can't wait to see the letter "B". Great job, Suzie!

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  4. Beautiful, I love the colors of your background. Beautiful A's too ;-) I love the one in the rightbottom corner !

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  5. Hello Susan,

    nice background for all your A's ! if you were in school, you would get an A for this :)

    greetings from Belgium
    Inge

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  6. What a clever idea! I love the choice of background colours too.

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  7. I love letters in art too, but I almost never take the time to stamp words - i guess I feel it is time consuming... But it looks great when you take the time to use them on a page!

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  8. Oh I love your tower of A's!! What a great display of typographic scale. Happy creations from tj in germany

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  9. Multi-sized alphabets are SO much fun. Great piece.

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  10. Love the way you used your stamps! Love your blog too. I am going to have a good look around. Helen

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  11. This is just beautiful. I love love love alphabets and letters of any sort. This is such a creative way of using the letters. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  12. Clever way to interpret the challenge. I like this very much.

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  13. A few alphabet stamps huh? I suspect that's like saying I have a few scrapbook papers LOL. I really like the piece you created; the colors are lovely and the letters balance so well.

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