One of my very favorite Lily Bee products are the ABC Cardstock Stickers. I love that there are so many little letters on these sheets and they are perfect for adding journaling, subtitles, and labels to my layouts.
But sometimes the large 12 x 12 sheet makes it difficult to get these tiny alphas off their backing and onto my page! So I've cut my large sheets down into a more manageable size. Using a kraft knife and my clear ruler, I simply slice up the alpha sets by color.
Once they are cut down, these little alpha sheets are much easier to use. And they fit perfectly into a litle bucket on my scrap desk, so I can easily grab whatever color I need:
The smaller sized sheets can be easily bent slightly, allowing the letter to come off the backing without ripping or tearing:
Once the letter starts to peel away from the backing, I use my kraft knife to pull it off the sheet. This seems to work better than my clumsy fingers, which often rip the tiny alphas.
Then I use my knife to line up the letter before sticking it down to my page. When I have several lines of lettering on a layout, I use pencil guide lines to get everything straight (and erase them afterwards!)
The result is perfectly aligned lettering every time!
Hope those tips help you get more use out of your ABC Cardstock Stickers! Happy Scrapping!