Saturday, May 7, 2016

{I}NSD - The Fabulous Forgers' Fantastic Favourites - Julene's getting funky with punctuation marks!

Hello peoples, do you ever wonder what to do with that extra punctuation and symbols on your sets of alphas???????

Here are 3 simple ideas for you to copy.
1. Make them the feature of a card. This one used exclamation marks but it could be ???? or $$$$$ depending on the situation.
You could even use #$*!^& if you were very angry (LOL).


2. I made this layout for a challenge on Mystical scrapbooks, but it involves a conversation.
By journaling a conversation you need to use punctuation.
 (I managed a comma, $,. and ! and to left of the photo, 3 full stops)

3 Lastly I made this layout to demonstrate using various things.
I DID go overboard to illustrate my points.

Brackets at corners as decoration. Also around picture,journaling or title.

@ instead of the word AT or to substitute as the letter A.

 & AMPERSAND to introduce a sub heading.

!!!! to make a stronger statement. (In this case Tom is saying GO because the tram was idle.)

Full stops or commas as extra embellishment, the way we use enamel dots (and cheaper)

QUESTION MARKS to show someone is thinking or in this case looking and wondering.

ASTERISKS for extra decoration.

If you are on Pinterest look at the card and scrapbook ideas there.
Happy punctuating!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

JULENE (Master Forger)


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  1. Really cute ideas, Julene! Goes great as a follow up to Lynnette's Thickers post, too.
    You have me wondering what designs I could make with some of those... hmmm

  2. The punctuation pieces are always the last ones on my sticker sheets - thanks for the fun ideas for getting them on pages!


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