2. Add dimension with foam adhesive so the resulting look isn’t flat.
3. When it comes to sentiment stickers, think about stacking them, one on top of the other.
4. Tuck stickers behind patterned paper or place them beside other elements.
Let’s take a look at some of these ideas and how I used them on my layout.
This image shows stickers that have been layered to create a cluster (idea #1) mixed with stickers popped up on foam adhesive (idea #2).
At the top of the page, I used a number of stickers to create a scene (idea #1) and popped a couple with foam adhesive to give them dimension (idea #2).
Here’s an angled shot to show you a sticker that’s been popped up with foam adhesive.
This last shot shows more layering, using ideas #1 and #2. Just to the left of this cluster, you’ll see an example of idea #3 (stacking sentiment stickers). There are other examples of stacking in the bottom left corner of the photo and above the striped paper where the “to do” and “week” stickers are stacked.
Examples of idea #4 can be found on the left side of the page where the “to do” sticker is tucked behind the striped paper and on the right side of the page where I’ve added the “day” sticker alongside the kraft tag.
I hope you enjoyed getting a look at Through the Year and seeing various ways to use the Element and Alpha Stickers. There are other fun products in this collection that can help enhance your projects. There are Pocket Page Cards in two sizes (3×4 and 4×6) as well as Designer Stamps and Designer Dies, all meant for your day-to-day and seasonal memory keeping.
September to December 12×12 Paper
Snowflake Flurry 12×12 Paper
Month Border Strips 12×12 Paper
Days of the Week 12×12 Paper
Red Damask 12×12 Paper
October 12×12 Paper
Source: Echo Park