Brushed Alphabet Greetings

We’re sharing our Brushed Wishes and our Great Big Greetings this week. For the article about our Brushed Wishes Perfectly Clear Stamp Set, see TUESDAY’s post. We’ve even added a new alphabet to our collection with our new brush lettering. It’s so clever, too! Fran wanted to make this alphabet big enough for your mixed media, decorative painting, scrapbooking, or cardmaking uses. In order to get the letters bigger, she left out the Q, X, and Z in the set and supplied you with a handy extra stroke that can be used as quotation marks, an apostrophe, or can be added to other letters to make the missing ones. Here’s how it works (this guide is included with your alphabet set):

Brushed Alphabet Caps QXZ guide.
Brushed Alphabet Caps QXZ guide.

Here’s the Brush Alphabet Caps:

SSC1273 Brush Alphabet Caps
SSC1273 Brush Alphabet Caps

Here’s the Brush Alphabet Lower Case:

SSC1274 Brush Alphabet Lower Case

You can see how this cute alphabet makes it easy to put any greeting you want on your card or project:

House-Mouse Teddy Friend
HMM19 Teddy Friend and SSC1273 Brush Alphabet Lower Case by Kristine Reynolds

 

Love You Brush Alphabet by Debi Hammons
Love You Brush Alphabet by Debi Hammons
Brush Alphabet and Great Big Love by Kristine Reynolds
Brush Alphabet and Great Big Love by Kristine Reynolds

Check out some other alphabet samples from our team:

Janelle Stollfus

6 thoughts on “Brushed Alphabet Greetings

  1. Love those Brushed Wishes and the Brush Alphabet sets. What a cute HM card with the Teddy Friend stamp. A cute scrapbook page, also. Congratulations on the new little one who arrives this year.

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  2. My handwriting is terrible. Now I can “write”
    something and everybody can read it.
    thanks for sharing.
    txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com
    Illinois

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