Here are some tips for dealing with all of your tiny little letters.
- A pair of scissors can help you detach them a lot quicker than bending them back and forth, back and forth, like a granny in a rocking chair. (A granny might have time for that, you probably don't.)
- A plastic craft/compartment box is a great way to keep your letters sorted and easy to use when the inspiration comes. Dollar stores are a great (and inexpensive) purveyor of such items.
- Lay your letters out loosely on your board to plan out what you're going to say. It's a lot less time consuming than pushing them all into place only to discover the placement isn't quite right.
- Have fun, and make a statement! We love to see your handiwork, so please share your photos of you enjoying your board, either on Facebook (LetterPoet) or Instagram (@letterpoet_letterboards).