I love this range of Kaisercraft paper, but to add something special I created a special cut file for the silhouette that perfectly complements this range. I cut this ‘alphabet stack’ using my Silhouette out of one of the papers in the range to perfectly match my layout.
Here’s how I created my cut file
Select the alphabet tool and type a letter.
Select the font that you want to use and change the font.
Type all the letters you want to add and overlap them as desired. I even flipped some of them to lay on their sides. Weld the letters together.
To make sure that the letters welded correctly add a colour fill. Red is usually a good indication. Once you are happy with the welding you are ready to cut.
Cut your alphabet stack out of patterned paper and adhere it to your mixed media created background for a fun effect.
This alphabet stack is perfect for back to school layouts too.