Artistic Letters ~I am in Love!!

So as most of you know I love to blog surf! Well a while ago in my travels among the Blogosphere I ran across these!!

I received an email from photographer Jodi Gerber of ArtisticLetters. She told me how she has created an entire catalog of black & white letter images over the past 3 years – all by taking photos of objects in nature that resembled letters of the alphabet. It’s a truly original way to be creative and make artwork for your home – or even for scrapbooking, greeting cards, and digital designs consisting of wedding invitations, graduation announcements, baby’s birth, etc.).  Endless possibilities for whatever the mind can imagine!

Here are a few ideas from her website.

So I was so excited when Jodi sent me her beautiful photos!! So here are some things I came up with!!!

I created all these in Photoshop!!

Now I took this and got crafty with it and made this!!!!

I printed this out on Iron On transfer paper and got busy with my sewing machine!!

I also came up with this to use for wedding gifts!!!  OOPPSS!!! I misspelled goodnight!!  But you get the idea!!  I will correct that before gift giving!!LOL!!!

And this is my favorite!!  I started with this:

and ended up with this!

Tutorial found here

To purchase Jodi’s fantastic alphabet go to her site www.BuyAlphabetPhotos.com.  You wont regret purchasing these letters the possibilities are endless with what you can do with them!!!

I have so many more ideas!!  If you purchase the Artistic Letters I would love to see what YOU do with them!!!

I am linking up here!!

Comments

  1. says

    Hi Laura – your projects are FANTASTIC! Haven’t seen those attempted before; you really got your “creative juices” flowing. Thanks!

  2. says

    Just popped over from the Lady bloggers tea party.

    What a great idea, and they look fantastic, especially the soap picture on the soap.

    x

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